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On the ethics of research in robotics, with Raja Chatila

In this video lecture, IEEE Fellow Raja Chatila shares his views on [tweetquote]why roboticists are duty-bound to educate the wider public on the state of advanced robotics[/tweetquote], and also t...

Aerial Manipulation: Lecture by Bruno Siciliano

In this video lecture, Bruno Siciliano from PRISMA Lab at the University of Naples, Italy, walks us through advances in aerial manipulation with reference to three projects funded through the Europe...

Complete force control in constrained under-actuated mechanical systems: Lecture by Francesco Nori

In this video lecture, Franceso Nori from the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) walks us through the progress that's been made in humanoid robots in recent years. For example, the humanoids at ...

Surgical micro-robot swarms: Science fiction, or realistic prospect?

Imagine a swarm of microscopic robots that we inject into the vascular system: the swarm swims to the source of the problem, then either delivers therapeutics or undertakes microsurgery directly. T...
09 March 2015, by

Developing trust in autonomous robots: Seminar with Michael Wagner

I recently had the opportunity to hear a talk from a colleague that I have worked with many times over the years. The talk was all about how to build safe and robust systems - a critical topic that ...
06 March 2015, by

ShanghAI Lectures: Inman Harvey “Metaphorical homunculi: we don’t really have little men inside our heads”

Guest talk in the ShanghAI Lectures, 2011-12-15 In this guest lecture, Inman Harvey from the University of Sussex, UK, talks about Representation and its issues....
11 September 2014, by



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30 years of AI with Rolf Pfeifer: A robotics legend delivers his farewell talk

Source: University of Zurich Mediadesk Watch Rolf Pfeifer’s farewell lecture at the University of Zurich, broadcasting live on Robohub Friday May 23, 2014 (18:00–19:30 CEST/16:00–17:30 UTC). ...
21 May 2014, by

ShanghAI Lectures: Nikolaos Mavridis “Robots, language, and social networks”

Guest talk in the ShanghAI Lectures, 2010-12-16 The lecture starts with a short introduction to the Interactive Robots and Media Lab and the United Arab Emirates. Then, it continues by exploring so...
27 March 2014, by

Ethical robots: Some technical and ethical challenges

I've been talking about robot ethics for several years now, but that's mostly been about how we roboticists must be responsible and mindful of the societal impact of our creations. Two years ago I w...
19 November 2013, by

Webinar with Dr. Pierre Dupont: Creating robotic technology for ultra-minimally invasive surgery

Many surgeries today are performed as open, invasive procedures because surgeons lack the right tools. Our goal is to create the technology that will enable converting these open procedures to minima...
06 May 2013, by

Flying insects and robots

TED just released an excellent talk by Michael Dickinson from the University of Washington about how flies fly....
24 February 2013, by







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