The Robot Hall of Fame, which Carnegie Mellon University established in 2003 and integrated into the Carnegie Science Center in 2009, added four ’bots to its list of luminaries at a ceremony on Tuesday. Big Dog from the Research Category , Packbot from the Industrial and Service category, Nao from Educational category and WALL-E from the Entertainment Category were all honored in last night's ceremony.
ETC faculty member and Robot Hall of Fame Director Shirley Saldamarco was the producer of the ceremony, which highlighted the RoboBusiness Leadership Summit, an international robotics conference that drew several hundred industry leaders for a three-day event that ended Wednesday.
Engadget has a cool highlight video.
On Friday night, David Letterman had a Top 10 reasons why your robot would not be inducted into the hall of fame.
The Cosmic Log on NBCNews.com had a story.
Great work Shirley