Nao, the humanoid robot from Aldebaran Robotics, Paris, France, is to robotic technology today what personal computers (PCs) were in the 1980s.This, in turn, has touched off a revolution in nearly every endeavor of humankind from science, education, and business to communications and entertainment. This technology is likely to: 1-Increase faculty-student interaction through increased 2-Interest in participation in faculty research projects Encourage active learning via Nao's ability to be programmed by direct manipulation 3-Nao would benefit students by making their experience with computing abstractions memorable, facilitating retention of important, foundational material. check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watchv=2STTNYNF4lk WE NEED 150 SIGNATURES OR MORE IN ORDER TO GET IT. PS: In the comment field, indicate whether you are a professor or a student in addition to your major. Regards, Fouad El Khoury President IEEE-Uhart '09-'10
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