Robots in Human Society (mini symposium)
Dec 24, 2012
from 05:00 PM to 07:30 PM
|Where||Tel Aviv University, Melamed Hall (Hall #6), Faculty of Exact Sciences|
|Contact Name||Dan Halperin|
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Monday, December 24th, 2012, from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM (IST)
Tel Aviv University
Melamed Hall (Hall #6), Faculty of Exact Sciences
|17:00 - 17:15||Gathering and refreshments|
|17:15 - 18:00||Keynote Talk (Sackler Lecture): Our Robots Ourselves, Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley|
|Chair: Dan Halperin|
|18:00 - 18:15||Coffee break|
|18:15 - 19:30||Panel: Pets, Slaves, or Companions: Robots in Human Society|
|Moderator: Guy Hoffman|
|Members: Ken Goldberg, Gal Kaminka, Roey Tzezana|
|Movies presented by Lior Zalmanson|
Register at http://robotsinhumansociety.eventbrite.com/
Ken Y. Goldberg is an artist, professor of engineering, and craigslist Distinguished Professor of New Media at UC Berkeley. His artwork has been exhibited at Ars Electronica, ZKM, Centre Pompidou, ICC Biennale, Kwangju Biennale, Artists Space, The Kitchen, and the Whitney Biennial. Prof Goldberg is a Mortimer & Raymond Sackler Institute of Advanced Studies Lecturer, 2012/2013. http://goldberg.berkeley.edu/
Dan Halperin is a professor of Computer Science at Tel Aviv University. His main area of research is Computational Geometry and its applications, and specifically applications to robotics and automation.
Guy Hoffman is assistant professor in the School of Communication at IDC Herzliya and co-director of the IDC Media Innovation Lab. His research focuses on models of human-robot collaboration and interaction.
Gal A. Kaminka is a Professor and Head of the Bar Ilan University Robotics Consortium, Bar Ilan University
Roey Tzezana is a Researcher at interdisciplinary center for technology analysis and forecasting. Creator of the blog "Blazing Science".
Lior Zalmanson is a PhD student and lecturer in Recanati graduate school of business administration, Tel Aviv University. He is the founder and program director of the Print Screen festival for digital culture.