How to Achieve Your Childhood Dreams - Dennis Hong's Journey to Becoming the Leonardo da Vinci of Robots
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Dennis Hong is the Professor and the Founding Director of RoMeLa (Robotics & Mechanisms Laboratory) at UCLA. When Dennis was six-years-old, he saw Star Wars for the first time and he was absolutely mesmerized by the robots he saw in the movie. He knew that one day, he will grow up to become the person who makes these robots. And now he is living his dream.

He has invented many incredible robots, and the world’s first car that can be driven by the blind. Washington Post Magazine called him “the Leonardo da Vinci of robots.” Becoming a robot scientist was only one of his dreams and he talks about his three other childhood dreams, and how he is achieving them.

Like any other successful people, Dennis also had some really tough times in his career and shares what he has learned from these experiences. (Original broadcast date: September 12, 2018)

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