Robotics conference holds out hope for industry’s promise in Twin Cities



By Leslie Suzakamo, St. Paul Pioneer Press

“Minnesota is vying to become the nation’s leader in robotics development. But if it gets there, it may not be able to count on a lot of state support, the head of the state’s high-tech association says.

“Money is always short,” Margaret Anderson Kelliher, CEO of the Minnesota High Tech Association told the Robotics Alley conference Thursday, Nov. 15, in Edina. “We need to make critical choices about where we’re going to focus critical incentives.”

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