Love and Sex with Robots

Call for submissions – Love and Sex with Robots (LSR2017) – deadline 1 August 2017

Within the fields of Human-Computer Interaction and Human-Robot Interaction, the past few years have witnessed a strong upsurge of interest in the more personal aspects of human relationships with these artificial partners. The International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots provides an excellent opportunity for academics and industry professionals to present and discuss their innovative work and ideas in an academic symposium.

Art in the age of situated robotics – Adam Linson, Sussex University – 28 October 2014, 4-5.30pm

COGS RESEARCH SEMINARS Autumn 2014 Tuesday, 28 October, 16:00 until 17:30 Jubilee 144 Adam Linson (University of Oxford) – Art in the age of situated robotics: Expressivity, attention and significance I will argue that artistic production depends upon particularities about cognitive architecture as they pertain to historically embedded, socioculturally situated processes of interpretation. These processes connect to mechanisms of attention … Read More

IOCT Salon (video): Sarah Angliss, 10 April 2008

Sarah Angliss at the Institute of Creative Technologies (IOCT), De Montfort University, Leicester, UK on 10th April 2008. Supported by the Arts Council England. Thinking beyond the screen and mouse With live demos of Clara 2.0 (a theremin-playing robot doll) and other curiosities, Sarah explores her own approach to digital arts. Her work may use computers and embedded microprocessors – … Read More