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  • Fetching Objects

    Cued by a verbal command, the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Robot (STAIR) retrieves a stapler from an unfamiliar room.

  • Robotic Assistance

    Stanford’s Andrew Ng explains his work to build a general-purpose household robot and demonstrates some of the prototype’s unique abilities.

  • How Obama Really Did It

    Jascha Franklin-Hodge, cofounder and chief technology officer of Blue State Digital, describes how the company helped create and manage Barack Obama’s highly successful online social network.

  • Intensifying the Sun

    Jon Mapel, cofounder of Covalent Solar, explains how the solar-power company got its start and how its technology works.

  • Tesla Roadster

    Tesla’s chief technology officer, JB Straubel, discusses the technology behind the electric Roadster as he drives through San Carlos, CA.

  • 35 Innovators under 35

    Jason Pontin, TR’s Editor in Chief, talks about selecting this year’s winners and highlights a few.

  • TR35: James Carey

    Jim Carey, co-founder of SiOnyx, explains how his company makes “black silicon” and how it could be used to make devices such as inexpensive night-vision equipment.

  • TR35: Andrea Thomaz

    Here, the social robot Simon tests its manipulation abilities to pick up an object and place it in a basket. In a simulation, Simon gives social cues, such as nods and eye movement, to communicate to an instructor. The social instructor gives instructions (typed), which Simon follows to successfully build a toy block house. After a few sessions with the operator, Simon understands that the absolute location of the house is not important, only the relative location of the pieces.

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