AI and Cognition in EU Robotic Projects:
Current Landscape and Future Priorities
|A workshop at the European Robotics Forum 2016|
|Ljubljana, Slovenia, March 22|
We have in front of us an exciting topic, a large number of issues, and... just 90 minutes for all this! To make effective use of this time, we will need to stick to a well organized structure and schedule. We therefore invite all the presenters to follow the guidelines and timing given below.
Each project has been allocated a slot of 8 minutes. Your presentation should take maximum 6 minutes, folled by 2 minutes for questions. We will strictly enfoce this timing!
Please use max 3 slides to give a very general overview of the project (objectives, consortium, duration, approach, and methodology); and then 4 slides to answer the following specific questions (AICo stands for "AI and Cognition"):
If you attend this Workshop and you part of a running or recently completed EU project that uses AI and Cognition in Robotics, we would like to hear about your project. Please come prepared to give a 1 (one!) minute, slide-free informal introduction to your project, possibly answering some of questions 4-7 above.
Each presenter is invited to participate in the panel discussion on "Current landscape, overlaps, gaps and burning problems". The discussion will start from the answers given to questions 4-7 above. Please come prepared to also state your opinion on the following two general issues:
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