Snakebot named ground rescue robot of the year

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ZDNet Innovation Weekly
May 4, 2018
Snakebot named ground rescue robot of the year
Carnegie Mellon's bio-inspired disaster relief robot slithers to victory in an unusual international competition.

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Michael Dell: AI shouldn't be held back by scaremongering
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are just tools that can be wielded for good and bad, the Dell Technologies CEO has said.
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