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Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence

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  • UserAlexandra Kirsch, University of Tübingen
  • ClockThursday 13 June 2013, 16:00-17:00
  • HouseG29, Mech Eng .

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Host: Nick Hawes

Please note that coffee will be served at 3:15 at room 123 (School of Computer Science), followed by the one-hour seminar at 4pm.

Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence is an interdisciplinary effort to use artificial intelligence for making machines better understandable for humans, taking into account findings from psychology and neuroscience. This presentation will give an overview of the work in the Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence group at the University of Tübingen and TU M ünchen. We are interested in all aspects of flexible and general robot decision-making based on knowledge about the robot, the environment and the user. Our specific research topics include situation understanding, decision-making, human-aware navigation and learning. In addition to the technical research topics, we will present some challenges for the development and evaluation of human-aware robot systems and our efforts to meet them.

This talk is part of the Computer Science Departmental Series series.

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