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Robot reflections

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Photo / Donna Coveney

The MIT Museum's latest exhibit, Robots and Beyond, explores the world of artificial intelligence, including robots from MIT's AI Lab. Hanging in the case is Hannibal, a small, six-legged robot. Below it is Pebbles, a visually guided obstacle avoidance system built to gather geological samples for the Mars Rover Project.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on November 8, 2000.

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