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Keynote Talk by Prof. Sara Bernardini at CogX 2020

  • Date16 June 2020

Prof. Sara Bernardini was a keynote speaker at CogX 2020, the UK's largest AI conference.

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Prof. Sara Bernardini was a keynote speaker at CogX 2020, the UK's largest AI conference, hosted this year by the Turing institute. CogX is a prestigious event which attracts high-profile speakers and interest from a broad public. Sara gave a talk on "Shared Autonomy" as part of a session on "Collaborative Robotics and Autonomous Systems". Sara also participated in a panel entitled "Research - The Long View", together with several other leading researchers in the field:

  • Sara Bernardini - Professor of Artificial Intelligence - Royal Holloway University of London
  • Andrew Davison - Professor of Robot Vision - Imperial College London
  • Sethu Vijayakumar - Programme Director, The Alan Turing Institute & Director, Edinburgh Centre for Robotics - The University of Edinburgh
  • Ingmar Posner - Professor of Engineering Science (Applied Artificial Intelligence) and Deputy Director (founding) Oxford Robotics Institute

 

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