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  1. MIT 6.270 robot competition tonight, 6-9 PM

    Tonight MIT students in the class 6.270 will be competing with their autonomous robots. 6.270 was a course designed to give Course 6ers (electrical engineering/computer science) a chance to have a similar competition as the infamous 2.007 course designed by Woodie Flowers for the Course 2 kids (mechanical engineering). Over IAP, the January Independent Activities Period, the students build autonomous robots to compete in a competition and the public is invited to watch the tournament. The event is from 6 to 9 PM in Building 26. Info here. Thanks, Neena! (In other news, apologies for all the Boston-local event info …

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  2. Stanford Offers Introduction to Robotics Course Free Online

    Stanford's "Introduction to Robotics" (CS223A) -- and other popular computer science and engineering courses -- are now available free online. The robotics intro course, taught by Professor Oussama Khatib, includes over 16 hours of lecture videos, as well as notes, handouts, assignments, and solutions. It's essentially the same content the Stanford engineering students have access to. Well ... you can't ask questions or get feedback on the problem sets, but still, it's an amazing resource. (The site says there will be communities where users will be able to discuss coursework.)…

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