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A Brown/Hasbro Team Will Design Smart Robotic Companions To Assist Seniors

by Kevin Stacey (Science News Writer, Physical Sciences)

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A group of academic researchers, led by cognitive and computer scientists from Brown University, is teaming up with a cross-functional team from global play and entertainment leader Hasbro to ...

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Brown CS And HCRI Faculty Advise On Forthcoming AI Legislation

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The judicial systems of eight states utilize a computational process sometimes referred to as algorithmic sentencing, which uses algorithms to assess the risk of a criminal committing future crimes. This assessment then provides guidance for judges as they make sentencing ...

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The Societal Implications of Robotics Symposium 2, sponsored by Brown’s Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative, is a unique day-long event featuring presentations and panels by more than 20 experts. The symposium highlights ...

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DARPA Looks At New Work From HCRI And Bertram Malle On Teaching Robots Moral Norms

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Tagging photos and identifying spam? Relatively straightforward tasks for artificial intelligence. Understanding the intricacies of human social and moral norms in all their shades of grey? Much harder. DARPA has ...

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Fodor's New England Cites The Humanity-Centered Robotics Initiative

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The size of a travel guide is necessarily limited by the tourist's ability to carry yet another object while exploring or cram it into an overflowing backpack. In the latest ...

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img_1243.JPG.300x300_q85.jpg GoLocalProv has named Professor Michael Littman of Brown CS as one of the 50 Greatest Living Rhode Islanders! He was listed alongside How To Get Away With Murder actress Viola Davis and Brown “Engin. 9” professor Barrett Hazeltine, among other famous names. Michael is known for his work in reinforcement learning and machine learning, and ...

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Read More: Community Outreach Connects Brown CS Students To The Providence Area

Brown CS students inspire and lead members of the greater Providence community through outreach to schools and summer programs. To read more, click on these links:

Brown CS Supports Brown's First Feminist Conference For RI High School Students

Brown CS Brings An Hour Of Code To 130+ Kids

Brown University Hosts Northeast Robotics Colloquium ...

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Ian Gonsher Featured In MAKE Magazine

Ian Gonsher, who currently co-teaches CSCI1951-C Designing Humanity Centered Robots with Michael Littman, has just been featured in MAKE magazine. Ian and Michael's course focuses on using iterative design to develop robots for solving tasks that help people, and it appears to have been at least a partial inspiration for the article. Using various ...

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HCRI And RI Students Of The Future Present RI Robot Block Party, A Showcase Of Robots In Education, Research, Work, And Play

Community outreach connects Brown CS students to the Providence area. For more articles on how Brown CS students inspire and lead members of the greater Providence community click here.

The Robot Block Party is a celebration of National Robotics Week held on April 11, 2015 at the Pizzitola Center at Brown University. Organized by ...

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HCRI Speaker Series Announced

Brown University’s Humanity Centered Robotics Initiative (HCRI) is proud to feature a multidisciplinary Speaker Series that will showcase diverse and groundbreaking research undertaken by leaders in science, technology, design, and impact of robotics on society.

The talks will be held on Wednesdays from 12:00-1:30 p.m. in Barus and Holley Room 190 ...