At the first UK Robot Ethics workshop on 25th March 2013, Alan Winfield offered - for discussion - the proposition that robotics is facing a Crisis of Expectations. And not for the first time. He argues that one possible consequence is (another) AI winter.
Date Posted: 28 April 2013
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Date of the event: 10-11 April 2013
Date Posted: 7 February 2013
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In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Zurich the University of Zurich presents Robots On Tour: World Congress & Exhibition of Robots, Humanoids, Cyborgs and more. It will take place on 8th (only for schools) and 9th (public exhibition with approx. 4'000 visitors) March 2013 in Zurich, Switzerland. Over 40 robots from all over the world such as AFFETTO, iCub, Armar, PR-2 and Cornell Ranger will be presented to the broad audience. World-class speakers such as Rodney Brooks will be attending and as an additional highlight, the AI Lab will unveil its new robot Roboy.
This event will take place on 8 - 9 March, 2013
Date Posted: 5 March 2013
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The video competition will be held in conjunction with the AAAI-13 conference in Bellevue, Washington, July 14–18, 2013
Date Posted: 2 March 2013
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5th French computational neuroscience conference, Neurocomp'10, 06 - 08.10.2010
NeuroComp is an annual event in France, which brings together the computational neuroscience community and the experimental neuroscience community, favoring the advancement of artificial cognitive systems. The meeting will take place in Lyon this year. It will include a tutorial day where students will be able to learn about development of artificial cogntitive neural systems and comparison with neurophysiology data.
To be held in Lyon, France on 6th -- 8th October 2010.
The NeuroComp conference contributes to 'state of the art' of computational neural systems, 'challenges' of how these system can be employed in robotic systems, and 'education' (tutorial above) for artificial cognitive systems. One of the goals of the conference is to identify how computational cognitive neuroscience can contribute to artificial cognitive systems. In this context, invited speaker Michael J. Frank will present relevant work related to brain basis of human decision making, and corresponding computational neuroscience modeling.
For more information please visit http://2010.neurocomp.fr.
Date Posted: 24 September 2010