Gallery: "Robots vs. Humans" in Marshall Township
Children could learn about how robots and humans are similar and different during “Robots vs. Humans,” a program Marshall Township Parks & Recreation offered at the municipal building during local schools' winter vacation.
Participants explored the science of robotics; learn to sense, think and act like a robot; and watched the action robots. The Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh provided the instruction.
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