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talkingrobotpodcastlogo.jpgRiding the subway in New York means sharing the audible spectrum with an assortment of solicitors, preachers, musicians, loud talkers, lone talkers. That's why I need my iPod. Lately I've been listening to a podcast called Talking Robots, produced by the Laboratory of Intelligent Systems at EPFL, in Switzerland. Each episode features an interview with a robotics or AI researcher.

Markus Waibel over at robots.net (one of the coolest robot sites around) reports that Talking Robots

: One Year Anniversary Interview

http://robots.net/article/2347.html

It's been one year! In the anniversary edition of Talking Robots the director of the Stanford AI Lab (SAIL) Sebastian Thrun gives us an insight into how Probabilistic Robotics helped his team win the 2005 DARPA Grand Challenge - and about his plans for the future beyond the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge. A great thanks you to all listeners who have made this podcast such a great success - and please have a look at our 3 minute survey to help us get even better!

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