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Win Big with the DARPA Robotics Video Contest


All high school students are invited to take part in the DARPA Student Video contest, to compete for expenses-paid admission to the DARPA Robotics Challenge in California to be part of the future of robotics.

The challenge:

Create a 2- to 3-minute video that shows the kind of robot-assisted society you’d like to see in the years ahead.

Videos should consider both current and anticipated advances in robotics technologies and address the implications of those advances for individuals, workplaces, and communities, as well as for national security and the ideals upon which American society is built. In particular they should address the choices we will face as the nation and the world strive to reap the benefits of the robotics revolution while minimizing the potential for harm.

See more details about the contest here!