Robots.net reader Erin (aka RobotGrrl) writes, I'm currently in Grade 11, and for the summer I have been accepted into a Stanford EPGY Artificial Intelligence program. I extremely want to go, especially since I created a program for Mac OS 10.5 called 'Robbie the Robot' that can have a conversation with you, vocally. Imagine if it could be artificially intelligent, and one could apply different levels of vocabulary and it could algorithmically learn, similar to a child. This is where I need some help, as the tuition for this program is expensive. So, I created Styrobots. Styrobots are tiny and cute styrofoam cups that move around and jiggles its eyes. They use a vibrating DC motor and a 3V battery. The styrofoam cup is hand painted, too! They sell for $20, which allows me to make a profit to put towards this tuition. RobotGrrl needs to raise $3700 to pay for tuition and books, so go buy a Styrobot and help send her to Stanford. What is a Styrobot? It's a bristlebot with a handpainted styrofoam exoskeleton. See her YouTube video of a Styrobot doing its thing. Pretty cool. Even if you don't want to buy a Styrobot, consider sending her a PayPal donation from the link on her homepage.