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#ICRA15 videos of plenaries and keynotes

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29 May 2015



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[updated] Have a look below for the videos of plenary talks and keynotes at ICRA 2015. You can also use this youtube playlist. We’ll be uploading new videos as they arrive.

 

One Robot for Every Task – Daniela Rus, MIT – Wednesday Plenary Session ICRA 2015

 

Panel Discussion on the Relationship of AI & Robotics (Partial)

Panelists: Ruzena Bajcsy, Rod Brooks, Peter Hart, Nils Nilsson, James Kuffner, Ben Kuipers, Manuela Veloso
Moderator: Raja Chatila

 

Imagining a Cloud-enabled Shakey – James Kuffner, Google Research

 

Taming the Swarm – Radhika Nagpal, Harvard University

 

Autonomous Continuum Manipulation – Jing Xiao, University of North Carolina

 

Making Shakey – Peter Hart, SRI, retired

 

Closing the Ring – Danny Halperin, Tel Aviv University

 

Robotics in Education in Africa – Ayorkor Korsah, Ashesi University College

 

Robotics Innovation Start Up Style – Helen Greiner, CyPhy Works (Plenary Day 2 ICRA 2015)

 

Dean Kamen – Innovation: Past, Present and Future

 

Alessandro De Luca – A Control Architecture for Human Robot Collaboration

 

Danica Kragic – Seeing, caging, grasping

 

 

 

Automaton posted a very good selection of videos from papers presented at ICRA



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