Robot-Building Lab and Contest and the 1993 National AI Conference

Carl M. Kadie

Author Email: carlk@microsoft.com

Abstract:

A robot-building lab and contest was held at the Eleventh National Conference on Artificial Intelligence. Teams of three worked day and night for 72 hours to build tabletop autonomous robots of Legos, a small microcontroller board, and sensors. The robots then competed head to head in two events. I was one of the developers of JACK, the second-place finisher in the Coffeepot event. This article contains my personal recollections of the lab and contest.

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