Microsoft enters Robotics–An educator’s perspective

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Our pals at ROBOT Magazine sent some photos and this interview about Microsoft’s entry in the robot arena and what it means for educators – “Dr. Kenneth Berry, Assistant Professor, California State University and founder of RoboEducators,, is a leading advocate of robotics in education. Dr. Berry obtained an exclusive interview with Microsoft representatives at the RoboBusiness conference. We here offer his unique perspective on the significance of the robotics initiatives announced today by Microsoft.” Thanks Tom! – Link.

2 thoughts on “Microsoft enters Robotics–An educator’s perspective

  1. Microsoft building robots? I guess you could have it automatically reboot your PC when it crashes…. LOL

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