Institute of Global Innovation Research
|Date||2019.11.18 (15 : 00 - 16：30)|
|Venue||Room 501, 5th Fl., Building 6, Koganei Campus, TUAT|
|Speaker / Topic||"From Science to Technology to Society: Robots as tools to study humans."
Prof. Giulio Sandini
Robotics, Brain and Cognitive Sciences Unit of the Italian Institute of Technology, Italia
The talk is divided in three parts. In the first part I will present a brief overview of the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) and an outline of its ongoing scientific research plan and current achievements. In the second part, I will introduce the “Science-Technology-Society” research methodology we are following in the Robotics, Brain and Cognitive Sciences (RBCS) unit of IIT. I will do that by showing a few example of how from knowledge acquired through studies addressing fundamental scientific question on human perception, it has been possible to develop new technologies and to demonstrate their social value in application areas such as rehabilitation and support to persons with sensory disabilities. In the last part of the presentation, I will concentrate on RBCS’s activities on social robotics based on the use of the iCub humanoid robot as a tool to investigate how humans communicate through actions exploiting the foundations of embodied intelligence.
Sandini, G. and A. Sciutti, Humane Robots—from Robots with a Humanoid Body to Robots with an Anthropomorphic Mind. ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction, 2018. 7(1): p. Article 7.
|Intended for||Everyone is welcome to attend.|
|Co-Organized by||Institute of Global Innovation Research “Food” Umebayashi Team
Excellent Leader Development for Super Smart Society by New Industry Creation and Diversity
|Contact||Institute of Global Innovation Research, Institute of Engineering
Associate Professor Ikuo Mizuuchi
e-mail: mizuuchi (at) cc.tuat.ac.jp
Registration is not necessary, but it would be helpful to know the number of participants.
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