June 09, 2015      

Uber Technology Inc.'s bold raid on Carnegie Mellon University's robotics research group will be remembered for some time. The car-sharing startup reportedly recruited 40 researchers early this year from Carnegie Mellon's well-regarded National Robotics Engineering Center.

In the aftermath, two things are certain: Top university robotics researchers are hot commodities, and schools will pay more attention to them lest they leave in a herd. And administrators will have to start writing anti-poac...

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