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Sara interviewed on Robot Talk podcast

  • Date19 June 2023

Prof. Sara Bernardini was interviewed recently on the UK RAS network Robot Talk podcast.

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Prof. Sara Bernardini.

The Robot Talk podcast discussed Sara's research into decision-making, reconfigurable robots, and oceanography.

Sara is a Professor of AI at Royal Holloway University of London, the Principal Research Scientist in AI and Data Science at the National Oceanography Centre and a Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. Her research in decision-making for autonomous systems lies at the intersection of AI, cognitive robotics, and mathematical optimisation. Most of her work focuses on planning for single-agent and multi-agent systems to enable them to act intelligently in real time despite resource and environmental constraints, noisy or faulty sensors, imperfect abilities and extreme conditions.

Robot Talk was launched in September 2020 by the EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS) Network. Each episode, Dr Claire Asher chats with robotics scientists from around the World to find out how their cutting-edge research is influencing the future of every aspect of science, technology, and engineering, from the everyday to the extraordinary.

You can access the podcast here.

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