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Title Rodney Brooks
English: Photograph of Rodney Brooks, speaker at "Moore's Law at 40 Symposium", 12-13 May 2005, organized by the Chemical Heritage Foundation.
Depicted people Depicted person: Rodney Brooks
Photographer Staff photographer
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