CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- TRI collaborated with Hack.Diversity to host a Hack.Chat session at our Cambridge office for Hack.Diversity fellows to showcase TRI's capabilities as a leading tech company in the Boston area. Dr. Russ Tedrake, VP of Robotics Research, led a spirited presentation on the hard problems in manipulation research toward making human-assist robots reliable and robust.
Founded in 2017, Hack.Diversity breaks barriers and builds bridges to increase the representation of Black and Latinx talent in Boston’s innovation economy. It partners with the city’s fastest growing technology companies to identify, develop, and place talent from underrepresented sources into competitive software engineering, IT, and data analytics internship-to-hire opportunities. Hack.Chat sessions are an opportunity for fellows to hear from industry experts and learn about a topic and company that they're eager to explore.