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Technical.ly technical.ly 21 Jan, 2023 19:30 am

Drexel's Jaemi HUBO robotics program helps introduce science to children

Drexel's Jaemi HUBO robotics program helps introduce science to children
This article originally appeared in Philadelphia City Paper's annual Science Issue, published today. Read the special section, available on newsstands

So you could say there’s a bit of pressure on the shoulders of Drexel’s Jaemi HUBO, an adorable, anthropomorphic robot runt that acts like it just rolled out of bed.See a video of Jaemi HUBO walking on a treadmill.Bryn Mawr computer science undergrad Ashley Gavin, who’s researching walking algorithms for Jaemi HUBO, is working to make science more accessible to kids.Oh sees Jaemi HUBO as a catalyst, not unlike John F.

” People: Jaemi Hubo -30- Civic News | philly How can Pennsylvania boost innovation?It is widely recognized that the United States has let its once invigorated focus in science and technology slip from its fingers like that errant balloon.

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