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Event in Lyngby at DTU
6. November 2019 - 9:00 - 16:30Free – 300,00DKK
Robotics event at DTU 6th November.
Impending global robot- and technology advancements - what can we learn across sectors and geographical regions?
Technology is going to be used by more and more people – we want to inspire potential users of technology and ask questions: Should we be afraid of new technology? We offer experience sharing and networking. We want attendees to get insights into what is already existing and what is coming. This event is for potential users of technology and people who are interested in getting more knowledge and be inspired across different businesses. Our goal is also to be part of reducing the gab between Academia and Society.
6th November - Robotics event at DTU
9.00 - 9.15
Welcome: Anders Bjarklev
9.15 - 9.20
DTU and Robotics/automation: Ole Ravn
9.20 - 9.50
Roberto Galeazzi: A new technological revolution at the horizon.
While Industry 4.0 is still unfolding introducing major changes in production processes and boosting a new economic growth, a new technological revolution is already at the horizon whose pervasiveness will breach the walls of the factories and reshape the whole society as we know it.
9.50 - 10.20
Alessandro Rossi: Sensors for robotics.
When talking about robotics, gyroscopes and inertial measurement units are essential for navigation, guidance, stabilization and pointing of autonomous platform.
10.20 - 10.30
VANESSA CARPENTER. WOMEN IN HARDWARE
10.30 - 11.00
Coffee/ tea. Visit exhibition/ networking
11.00 - 11.30
Teodor petrov. Architecture and robotics
Teodor has a background in architecture and robotics. He will talk about the fusion of architecture, robotics and computation and how this creates a platform for new innovative ideas and change the architecture and construction industri we know today.
11.30 - 12.00
Morten Jacobsen. Experience using technology in school for children with special needs.
Telepresence robots and Virtual reality improve quality of life for students that can’t attend school due to physical or mental illness?
12.00 - 13.00
13.00 - 13.40
Thomas Bolander: How to make future robots socially intelligent?
Thomas will present some of his recent research in social aspects of artificial intelligence AI. The goal is to allow AI systems to do social perspective taking.
13.40 - 14.10
Martin Mose: AI and Robotics - what are the ethical challenges?
AI and robotics are fields in rapid development these days. What are some of the ethical implications of such technologies? How do we keep pur algorithms fair and free from discrimination? What are the ethical pitfalls of welfare robots, for instance simulating human emotions? In this talk Martin Mose will look at AI and robotics from the point of view of the ethicist.
14.10 - 14.30
pitchfire. Kenneth LArsen. Keystones
LuxC by Dr Mirvais Yousef. Founder/ CEO
Aim-Robotics by CEO Mie Haraldsted
Abzu – Inventing Transparent, general Purpose AI by COO Jonas Wilstrup
Go Dogo Aps by CEO Hanne Jarmer
14.30 - 15.00
Coffee/ tea. Visit exhibition/ networking
15.00 - 15.25
Mie Haraldsted. CEO aim-robotics. Design that solves a problem
What is good design? CEO at Aim Robotics Mie Haraldsted will share her thoughts on different paths to finding solutions for new tech.
15.25 - 15.30
High5Girls. Sara leander-pehrson
High5Girls is a non profit organization working to get more girls interested in STEM
15.30 - 16.00
Silvia Tolu: Neuro-robotics: connecting body, environment and brain.
Understanding the brain is a challenge that more than 100 research institutions in Europe are trying to achieve in the framework of one of the two largest scientific projects ever funded by the European union, the 10-years project called: The Human Brain.
16.00 - 16.30
Jacob Juul - Lou. Can Chinese tech innovators leapfrog western counterparts?
Chinese tech firms have outpaced most advanced countries in terms of new technology adaption, which has been driving tremendous growth and innovation in China.
End of the day
Should we be afraid of the new technology?
Can it be used to solve some of the world´s major challenges such as:
Can technology help improve QoL for children with special needs?
Can robots and drones be used to make workplaces more safe?
These and many more questions will be tried answered at RoboInsights 6 November 2019
Speakers seen below. Program subject to change
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN AUTOMATION AND CONTROL AT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK
PRESIDENT AT THE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK
SPEAKER & TECHNOLOGY EXPERIENCE DESIGNER. PHD
School at Nordens Plads
Founder of Aptomica, Host of Robots in Depth
TLP robotics research hub
phD and researcher in bio-robotics
Head of Automation and Control, Professor in Intelligent Robotics at Technical University of Denmark
PhD professor at DTU Compute
Martin Mose Bentzen
associate professor at the Technical University of Denmark
Business Development manager. KVH
Dr Mirvais Yousefi
Founder. CEO. luxC
Program manager & Moderator
CEO. Go Dogo
”RoboCluster is supported by Ministry of Higher Education and Science and Region of Southern Denmark”
Are you interested in speaking?
If you are interested in speaking, please contact Marianne Andersen firstname.lastname@example.org – we are especially interested in cases: where is the technology being used and what are the good/ bad stories to tell.