IE Mechatronics held Tech Weekend in association with ISTE from the 4th to 7th February. An “open for all” meet with on-spot registrations for every event that was to happen, it was a well organised, relatable, and a fun-filled weekend for all techno-savvy students within
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TechTatva 2015 builds up with a TechTalk by Dr. Prahlad Vadekkepat on Robotics and Frugal Innovation, and how empathy is the mother of invention.
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Elon Musk is one of the world’s leading innovators today, but his work largely remains unknown to the general public. We delve into the body of work the man has contributed to, and the vision behind it.