Introduce yourself...

Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby IKE on 10 Apr 2009, 19:21

Hello :D

I am a regular listener of your excellent podcast. My name is Yannis, I live in Greece and I have a mechanical engineering background although I work now as a graphics designer. Robotics is a very fascinating field and your website and podcast is a very useful resource.
Keep up the good work. :!:
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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby leodown on 21 Apr 2009, 10:14

Hi!

I am leo, born in America and now living in new york. I have Bike
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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby mexico-bl on 10 May 2009, 01:59

Bender wrote:My name is Bender Bending Rodriguez. I am a Unit 22 Bending Unit and was born in a factory in Tijuana, Mexico. I attended Bending State college where I majored in Bending and minored in Robo-American studies. My favourite drink is Olde Fortran Malt liquor.


Hi Bender. This is the first time I have heard about "Robo-American studies". May I know what is it all about?
thanks
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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby IKE on 11 May 2009, 00:47

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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby robin7013 on 16 Dec 2009, 08:20

Dear All,

I am Robin working as a software engineer.

I am doing Ph.D (part-time). I am an AI enthusiast and my area of research is Natural Language Processing.

I have a website: http://www.worldofcomputing.net

I have two subdomains: one for AI http://intelligence.worldofcomputing.net and
one for NLP http://language.worldofcomputing.net

I like writing articles.

Apart from research and studies on AI, I am also interested in politics, religion, history, social issues, and so on.

Regards
Robin
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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby arunthegr8 on 18 Apr 2010, 12:25

Hi,

I am Arun from India and am in the 3rd year of my Bachelors of Engineering in Electrical field.

I will be learning using and programming 16 bit PIC and 32 bit ARM microcontrollers this summer. I am planning to make an autonomous project using microcontroller. I may sound stupid but can I expect some help form you guys if I have any doubts?
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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby sharonk868 on 19 Apr 2010, 16:29

Hi, I am a new member of forum. Would a newcomer be warmly welcome here? Good day you guys!!!
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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby John Payne on 24 Apr 2010, 19:32

I've long had an interest in service robots, particularly as might be applied to large-scale horticulture, displacing traction-based agriculture. For the last several years, that interest has manifested as a weblog - http://cultibotics.blogspot.com - which I've sometimes tended and sometimes neglected in despair.

Lately, though, the prospects for such visions coming true have been looking up, and the Robots Podcast appears to be positioned near the epicenter of that trend.

Thus encouraged, I hope to continue sharing my vision for how robotics might radically improve land management, while at the same time reducing energy consumption and the dependence on nonrenewable resources, and increasing the variety of production for improved diets.

I also hope to contribute to the realization of this dream - although I am neither an engineer nor an experienced hobbyist - and am perpetually on the lookout for any role I might constructively play.
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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby Johnny 5 on 26 Apr 2010, 08:54

John Payne wrote:I've long had an interest in service robots, particularly as might be applied to large-scale horticulture, displacing traction-based agriculture. For the last several years, that interest has manifested as a weblog - http://cultibotics.blogspot.com - which I've sometimes tended and sometimes neglected in despair.


@John: I saw you are in Boulder, Colorado, so you might want to talk to Nikolaus Correll who did the MIT's distributed robotics garden a little while back and is now in Boulder. Tell him Hi! from the podcast if you do :)

Also, I just ran into the telegarden project by Ken Goldberg the other day - pretty cool stuff!

Robotic Cheers!
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Re: Introduce yourself...

Postby John Payne on 26 Apr 2010, 17:30

Thanks! I was aware of the Telegarden, but not Correll's work. -john
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