Part 16: The Ubica Robotics team presents a new way to take inventory of goods and other practical retail applications, with the help of revolutionary robots.
Part 15: Benjamin Alt explains in his presentation everything worth knowing about industrialization with robots. Thereby not only already existing application areas are mentioned, where robots are currently used in factories, but also work flow optimizations are mentioned, which are important to be able to build well adapted robots.
Part 14: Self-learning algorithms are taking on an increasingly important role in people's lives. In his exciting talk, Carlos Hernandez Corbato presents how robots can continue to develop independently.
Part 13: Britta Wrede explains in her exciting presentation the differences how a robot learns compared to a human. She also breaks through certain prejudices in this topic with very interesting examples.
Part 12: In this presentation Katharina Rohlfing introduces the concept of Pragmatic Frames capturing the collaborative and multimodal nature of language use. For this purpose, she shows various challenges that are derived from the different application examples.
Part 10: The interaction between people is often comprehensible and very natural. A newborn learns any kind of interaction by just imitating and trying it out. But what about robots? What role does interaction play in cognitive robots? Alessandra Sciutti's exciting presentation addresses exactly this topic and answers these questions.
Part 9: Learning is a topic that concerns us all. We learn new things every day or repeat what we have already learned. But what is the best way to learn? And can we map this knowledge onto algorithms? John Laird addresses these questions in his exciting presentation and tries to give us answers.
Part 8: This presentation is about common sense knowledge & knowledge graphs. In his exciting presentation, Philipp Cimiano not only illustrates what common sense actually is, but also gives interesting examples with the use of short stories.
Part 7: Digital twin systems are an exciting new topic with many different applications. The presentation by Tetsunari Inamura not only introduces a number of them, but also uses concrete examples to show how they can enhance people's lives.