Rodney Brooks - Products

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In the late 1980s Brooks and his team introduced Allen, a robot using subsumption architecture. Currently, Brooks' work focuses on engineering intelligent robots to operate in unstructured environments, and understanding human intelligence through building humanoid robots.

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Zipp - Products - Wheels
... dealers and consumers alike noted an increase in the cost of Zipp products, stemming from aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Airbus placing a strain on the carbon fiber market with their most recent designs ... New products announced for 2008 included the redesigned 202 - a light-weight (1070g) climbing racing wheel featuring a revamped, deeper section rim, the world's deepest conventional, non-disc TT and tri ... Zipp’s 2010 product line featured two new wheel models ...
Bacon Flavored Products
... The popularity of bacon in the United States has given rise to a number of commercial products that promise to add bacon flavoring without the labor involved in ... Some of the more unusual products are evidence of the recent fad, including Bacon vodka, bacon peanut brittle, bacon toothpaste, baconnaise (bacon mayonnaise), bacon salt and bacon mints ... A range of inedible products are also available including bacon bandaids, scarfs, soaps, perfumes and air fresheners ...
Kimberly-Clark - Major U.S. Consumer Product Lines
... Cottonelle Cottonelle is a brand name for bath products ... Product forms include premium bath tissue and flushable moist wipe products ... Depend Depend is a brand name for incontinence products worn by adults ...

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