Date/Time
Date(s) - Apr 24, 2019
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Location
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

Categories


More than ever before, automation, robotics and humans are converging in the workforce to improve performance, increase workflow efficiencies and reduce the cost of conducting business. As companies roll-out new technologies at a rapid pace, what does this mean for human-focused career paths? And how do we address education for both the existing and incoming workforces. Join a panel of experts from Advoqt, AIM, Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, MassRobotics and MIT to discuss the future of robotics and automation in Boston, the technology and education hub of the US. There will also be an overview of the state-of-the art MIT TeachBot initiative funded by M212 and ARM in partnership with MassRobotics.

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Or contact Kristen Hurley at khurley@bfit.edu to register