One day each spring, Cambridge Rindge and Latin School’s field house becomes a hub of interspecies interaction, a bustling place where humans mingle with a menagerie of creatures that can scamper, hop, and fly around the room.
Instead of animals, though, the creatures are artificial agents, on display as part of the Cambridge Science Festival’s celebration of robotics technology.
Is Boston's Chamber of Commerce relevant to the city's startup community? Hardly. In Scott Kirsner's Innovation Economy column this week, he offers five ways that the new president of the chamber, James E. Rooney, can make the Chamber matter more, not just to entrepreneurs, but to everyone in Boston.