Program of the Bay Area Computer History Perspectives held at SRI International on October 24, 1995, on a 1970 SRI project
to create a robot (dubbed Shakey) that used rudimentary artificial intelligence to interact with its surroundings. Speakers
were Nils Nilsson, Charles Rosen, Bertram Raphael, Bruce Donald, Richard Fikes, Peter Hart, and Stuart Russell. The video
includes clips from the original "Shakey the Robot" movie.
0.125 Linear feet (1 videotape-VHS)
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