The Emerging Social Neuroscience of Human-Robot Interaction
The Emerging Social Neuroscience of Human-Robot Interaction 17-18 Augst 2017, Bangor University
Organized by Emily Cross and Ruud Hortensius
Social neuroscientists, psychologists, and roboticists, all strive to understand how humans and robots interact. The aim of this small-scale workshop is to bring together these disciplines and discuss the latest findings, current challenges and exciting possibilities in human-robot interaction. Together, we will cover the broad realm of social robotics using an interdisciplinary lens, and discuss the major themes in this emerging field, from the technical and theoretical foundations of social robotics to the neural mechanisms and developmental and clinical implications of human-robot interactions.
Your £65 registration fee includes all workshop materials, refreshment breaks, lunches, and the workshop dinner.