White Paper on Artificial Intelligence A European approach to excellence and trust Artificial Intelligence is developing fast. It will change our lives by improving healthcare (e.g. making diagnosis more precise, enabling better prevention of diseases), increasing the efficiency of farming, contributing to climate change mitigation and adaptation, improving the efficiency of production systems.
About Robotics. euRobotics AISBL (Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif) is a Brussels based international non-profit association for all stakeholders in European robotics with about 250 members from Industry (robot manufacturers, service providers, and end users) and research. euRobotics is the Private side of the SPARC Public Private Partnership with the European Commission.Goal: TrimBot2020 is an EU funded project that will research the underlying robotics and vision technologies and prototype the first outdoor garden trimming robot. The robot will navigate over.The European Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee commissioned this study to evaluate and analyse, from a legal and ethical perspective, a number of future European civil law rules in robotics.
General Research Themes. The Dyson Robotics Laboratory at Imperial College is focussed on pushing forwards the frontier of real-time 3D computer vision and perception technology, to enable the next generation of smart real-world robots for the home and beyond. Click here for an overview of computer vision for robotics by Professor Andrew Davison.
Artificial intelligence and robotics are increasingly a reality and also present in the political agenda. Due to the interest of the topic, it is being discussed in the ICDPPC 2016. Some people may claim it is too early to start discussing artificial intelligence and robotics but we can see the applications of artificial intelligence and robotics already and the data protection authorities.
AI Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda Workshop. Tweet Date: Brussels 11 April 2019. Place: BluePoint, A. Reyers 80, 1030 Brussels. This is the first of two initial workshops that will collect input from the robotics community into the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for the new AI Partnership with the Big Data Value Association (BDVA). This follows the successful signing.
A positioning paper by the International Federation of Robotics 1 INTRODUCTION AND PURPOSE OF THIS PAPER Rapid advances in technology have led to a surge of public interest in automation and robotics. As figures from the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) show, sales of robots are increasing year-on-year, with a 15% increase in 2015 over the previous year. The IFR estimates that over 2.
He received the TRO Best Paper Award in 2012 and 2014 and several ICRA and IROS Best Paper Awards. He centrally contributed to the development of the DLR-light-weight robot and its tech-transfer to KUKA, initiating a paradigm shift towards collaborative industrial robotics. He contributed to the MIRO surgical robot and its licensing to Medtronic. Alin participated to more than ten EU-projects.
International PhD Conference on Safe and Social Robotics (SSR 2018) 29-30 September 2018, Madrid, Spain We are pleased to announce our first PhD conference jointly organized by the SECURE and SOCRATES EU project fellows focusing on safety in social robotics and human-robot interaction in general. The conference is co-located with IROS 2018.
While this paper has focused on the particular questions of healthcare robotics, it is clear that these cover just one area of research and innovation and that similar considerations are valid for most other scientific and technical research fields. We now spell out in the concluding section what this could mean for research and innovation more broadly.
In this paper, the authors claim that the European Union should play a pro-active policy role in the regulation of technologies so as to inform the development of technologies with its values and principles. The paper provides an explication of the rationale for analysing of a limited and heterogeneous number of robotics applications. For these applications, the following issues are addressed.
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Improving the uptake of cognitive science’s results by the robotics community is an important target, leading to more innovative robotics products and applications, boosting innovation. Integration of activities started by the FP7-funded CAs euRathlon and RoCKIn on using robot competitions to foster research and innovation has great potential for improved public awareness of European robotics.
In your first two years, you'll learn core elements of electronic, electrical and mechanical engineering and combine this with aspects of computer science to give you a comprehensive overview of robotics engineering. You'll be supported by, and benefit from, academic staff who are advancing research in our Centre for Autonomous Robotics (CENTAUR).
This paper covers the various challenges to human control, especially where relevant to European Union (EU) research on swarms. The goal of this paper is therefore twofold. First, it aims to increase policymakers’ understanding of how swarms work based on the current state of the art in the literature of swarm robotics, and to highlight the challenges posed to human control over swarms.
The European Union (EU) has published proposals for the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI), with potentially far-reaching implications both for users and developers worldwide. The proposals are contained in a densely written 26-page “White Paper,” which in this alert we distill down to 10 take-away points. The White Paper, together with the other strategy documents published at the.
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