Because all of that which blows our minds
seems never to get properly recognized.
We bet you feel the same way, too.
That?s what Game Changer Awards are out to find and to recognize for excellence: those peerless machines that are at once technologically superb, are of great utility to society, are breathtaking examples of human ingenuity…yet are often hard to find, sometimes overlooked or even bypassed.
Please join us in the search.
At Robotics Business Review, robotics, robots and who makes them are passions, not just a profession. An award for the very best among them seems so right and necessary to us.
As journalists, correspondents, writers, and proprietors of our publication, we encounter great robotics and great roboticists every day. We?re in the labs, at the demos, onsite at the shows and conferences, and many times with end users as robots are put through their paces.
We ask lots of questions about the whys behind these machines, the hows of their uses and who it all benefits. We also look for, find out about and then report on why someone would pay hundreds of thousands of dollars?many times, millions of dollars?for a single robot and what it?s capable of doing.
Please join us in making this inaugural award for excellence in robotics a great one!
Then too, we also spend important time visiting and talking with the people who create these machines, probing for why they?ve spent years, quite often a decade or more, laboring over and coaxing a single machine into life. Entire working careers are many times spent in the pursuit. It?s a process and a relationship between a human and a machine that is quite extraordinary.
In the end, we invariable walk away thinking to ourselves, ?Wow, that?s an awesome machine?a game changer?built by a game-changing mind.?
Both machine and mind, we feel, each deserve an award. However, to our amazement, many award-deserving projects and people are bypassed, overlooked or simply lost in a high-tech shuffle of what is and what?s not important and worthy.
Now we?ve got the remedy: the Game Changer Awards.
Know someone or some project that deserves one? Check this out for details.
Santa Clara, CA. October 23-25 2013