Nicholas Nadeau is an executive and project director at Halodi Robotics, leading their expansion into North America with the mission of bringing safe and capable humanoid robots to everyone.
He is a professional engineer (P.Eng.) and a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ). Nicholas received his Ph.D. from École de technologie supérieure where his research combined machine learning and collaborative robotics to develop methods for safe robotic freehand medical ultrasound.
This article stems from a request from my partner: “Could you write a script that gets me all the emails from all the PDFs in a network drive?” Reluctantly, I agreed.
Back in April, I had the opportunity to talk at a Silicon Valley Robotics (SVR) event on the topic of hiring for inclusive robotics, moderated by Andra Keay. Now that the video of the event is live, I thought I’d clean up and publish my talking notes to make my dialogue more accessible.
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