On Monday, September 16, 2019 shot STUMD's autumn lecture programme started. The first lecture is about socially intelligent robots by Associate Professor Thomas Bolander of DTU Compute.
Thomas Bolander Researches in logic and artificial intelligence. His research focuses primarily on the social aspects of artificial intelligence: So how we make future computers, smartphones and robots socially intelligent. The machines must begin to understand how we humans think and feel. The goal is to be able to make computers and robots that can interact socially competently and flexibly – both with people and other robots.
Thomas Bolander's lecture on socially intelligent robots will be an invited lecture from an experienced facilitator. Thomas Bolander is very active in popular scientific research dissemination of artificial intelligence through lectures, radio and TELEVISION, written and online media. Here you can read Thomas Bolander's articles for videnskab.dk.
Thomas Bolander has developed and taught a wide range of highly-estimated mathematics, computer science and artificial intelligence courses at DTU. In 2006 he will receive the award as the Teacher of the year at DTU. In the period 2011-2014 he was a pedagogical developer at LearningLab DTU, where he participated in the development and teaching of DTUs Adjunkt pedagogy. Thomas Bolander is also involved in further education in artificial intelligence, including at DTUs Executive MBA training.
Follow the website here after the summer holidays where we publish all the autumn lectures.