AI and Cognition in EU Robotic Projects:
Current Landscape and Future Priorities
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  A workshop at the European Robotics Forum 2016
  Ljubljana, Slovenia, March 22

Final Program

This Workshop will consist of three parts, that correspond to the three main workshop objectives listed in the workshop home page.

  1. Brief presentations of running or recently completed relevant EU projects. These will provide shared visibility of relevant projects, as well as a means by which project can gain mutual awareness and discuss synergies. Each presentation will be given in "elevator's pitch" style. The presenters have been given a set of key questions to answer, in order to increase consistency of the presentations and to facilitate the second task below.
  2. A round-table discussion with all the presenters, to discuss the landscape of problems and solutions addressed by recent EU projects, and to identify overlaps and gaps. The round table will be moderated by the EuCog coordinator and use the experience gained there (see the Impact page of the EuCog web site).
  3. An open-floor discussion, guided by the AICoR coordinators, with the goal of drawing conclusions from the above discussion, and identify future strategic directions for AI and Cognition in Robotics that should be pushed in the euRobotics MAR and in future EU calls.

The slides of each talk can be dowloaded via the "PDF" link. Copyrights are maintained by the respective author(s).

10:45 Start of Workshop
10:45 Welcome and Introduction (Alessandro Saffiotti) pdf
10:50 EU Projects presentations
10:50 FP7 project: DREAM (David Vernon, University of Skövde, Sweden) pdf
10:58 FP7 project: Robot-Era (Filippo Cavallo, SSSA, Italy) pdf
11:06 H2020 project: CogIMon (Jochen Steil, University of Bielefeld, Germany) pdf
11:14 H2020 project: SecondHands (Tamin Asfour, KIT, Germany) pdf
11:22 H2020 project: RoMaNS (Rustam Stolkin, University of Birmingham, UK) pdf
11:30 MSCA training network: APRIL (Amit Kumar Pandey, Aldebaran, France) pdf
11:38 Flash presentations open to all participants
11:45 Panel discussion
Current landscape, overlaps, gaps and burning problems (Moderator: Alessandro Saffiotti)
12:15 End of Workshop


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