[Hi! PARIS] Symposium on Robotics, AI, and Society - June 4-5, 2024 Upcoming

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4 Jun 2024 - 5 Jun 2024
Research, Industry, Education

The Hi! PARIS Symposium on Robotics, AI, and Society will take place on June 4-5, 2024, at ENSTA Paris in the Palaiseau/Saclay region of southern Greater Paris.

It includes plenary talks by worldwide renowned researchers, covering various aspects of Robotics, AI and related issues, an exhibition space, and networking opportunities.

Registration is FREE and MANDATORY to ensure your place at this exclusive event. Please share this opportunity with your network and register at your earliest convenience using the following link: https://www.hi-paris.fr/symposium-registration/


Speakers Include:

- Takayuki Kanda, Kyoto University: “Social robots in public space”

- Maja Mataric, University of Southern California

- Antonio Bicchi, Italian Institute of Technology: “Soft robotics technologies for prosthetics and rehabilitation”

- Laurel D. Riek, UC San Diego: “Cognitively assistive robots for people with mild cognitive impairment”

- Leila Takayama, UC Berkeley: “On designing robots to be invisible-in-use”

- Guy Hoffman, Cornell University: “Lifelike, futuristic, cute: cultural histories of robot design”

- Maurice Fallon, University of Oxford: “Robot mapping and navigation with learning and sensor fusion”

- Cyrill Stachniss, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn: “Robotics and sensing for sustainable crop production”

- Lee A Bygrave, Universitetet i Oslo (UiO): “EU Regulation of Smart Robotics – Too Much, Too Soon?”

- Mariarosaria Taddeo, University of Oxford: “The ethics of artificial intelligence in national defence”

- Robin Murphy, Texas A&M University: “Robots, disasters, and AI for good”

- Ronald Arkin, Georgia Institute of Technology: “Lethal autonomous robots and the plight of the noncombatant”

- Oliver Lemon, University of Oxford: “Working together: building responsible generative AI for the future of Human-Robot Teams”

- Aude Billard, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne


For more information, please visit the symposium webpage: https://www.hi-paris.fr/symposium-2024/


Scientific Committee:

François Goulette, Adriana Tapus, David Filliat, Philippe Xu, Elena Vanneaux and Nicolas Vieille.