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The ROS Workshop, due to take place 25-26 November 2014, has been postponed to 2015 due to low registration.  Watch this space for further details.




Ready the final report on ICSR 2013 International Conference on Social Robotics held on 27-29 October 2013, Bristol, UK

 


You, robot
Robot residencies at the Science Museum, October 2015-April 2016.
 
In 2015, the Science Museum will be mounting a major exhibition on the history of robots. You, robot will explore how our human self-perception has been manipulated, codified and projected in new robotic forms over hundreds of years. And, most intriguingly, it’ll explore questions of why we are fascinated by robots, machines that may look or behave like us.
Anthropomorphism remains a uniquely human characteristic, but while the human form has long been a central subject of art, portrait and sculpture, it has also been a central concern of mechanism. This will be the first time the subject has been explored in an exhibition.

Please contact Ben Russell for further information.

 


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5th November saw a gathering of more than 120 people in Manchester for a seminar on Robotics: Current Trends and Future Horizons.   The event was a collaboration between the IET Robotics & Mechatronics TPN and the Control Systems Centre at the University of Manchester.   Attendees heard from a number of speakers covering such diverse subjects... read more...
Posted by Joanne Longton on IET Robotics and Mechatronics Network Nov 28, 2014 11:11 GMT
IET Robotics & Mechatronics Exec team members were recently involved in the Science Museum November Lates Session - the theme of which was  The Information Age . The Musuem Lates Sessions is an initiative aimed at attracting an adult audience to the museum to hear about the latest innovations in the scientific world.   They are very... read more...
Posted by Joanne Longton on IET Robotics and Mechatronics Network Nov 7, 2014 10:11 GMT

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