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Robotics, AI and Automation: What's happening and what does it mean for the future? - 15 April 2019

Professor Michael Milford, award-winning Educational Entrepreneur from the Queensland University of Technology will deliver the inaugural CiTEL Community Lecture.

“Robotics, AI and Automation: What's happening and what does it mean for the future?”

 

WEDNESDAY 8 MAY 2019 
LECTURE  starts at 6:30pm with refreshments from 5:45pm

VENUE – CiTEL, the Centre for Innovation, Teaching Excellence & Leadership at LHC (see map)

 

We invite the LHC community, students and members of the public to join us for an inspirational evening in CiTEL, the Centre for Innovation, Teaching Excellence & Leadership at LHC. There is no charge for this event, which is part of the LHC commitment to make high quality academic events and professional learning opportunities accessible to our community.  Bookings essential.

 

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About the presenter:Professor Milford conducts interdisciplinary research at the boundary between robotics, neuroscience and computer vision and is a multi‐award winning educational entrepreneur. His research models the neural mechanisms in the brain underlying tasks like navigation and perception to develop new technologies in challenging application domains such as all‐weather, anytime positioning for autonomous vehicles. He is also one of Australia’s most in demand experts in technologies including self‐driving cars, robotics and artificial intelligence, and is a passionate science communicator. He currently holds the position of Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, as well as Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Microsoft Research Faculty Fellow and Chief Investigator at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision.

 

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