Brains R Us: The Science of Educating 2008: ChildrenMarch 3, 2008
Speakers: John Corcoran, Paula Tallal, Adele Diamond, Javier Movellan, Hal Pashler, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Kurt Fischer
Run Time: 1 hours 51 minutes
TDLC All Hands Meeting 2009: Javier Movellan
Social InteractionFebruary 21, 2009
Speakers: Javier Movellan
Run Time: 27 minutes
Javier Movellan from UC San Diego: Learning to teach: Updates on adaptive tutoring systems and social robots
Nobel Panel; World Champion of Magic
Public SymposiumApril 6, 2009
Speakers: Ira Flatlow, Baruch Blumberg, David Gross, Walter Gilbert, Sheldon Glashow, John Mather, Frank Wilczek
Run Time: 54 minutes
Cooperative Machines: Coordinating Minds and Bodies Between People and Social Robots
Cynthia Breazeal, MITAugust 1, 2013
Speakers: Cynthia Breazeal
Run Time: 1 hours 01 minutes
Cynthia Breazeal is an Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is founder and Director of...
Human-Robot Interaction: Embodiment and Movement Design
Guy HoffmanFebruary 7, 2014
Speakers: Guy Hoffman
Run Time: 50 minutes
Dr. Guy Hoffman is Assistant Professor in the School of Communication at IDC Herzliya, and co-director of the IDC Media Innovation Lab.
Robots don't need to be cute for people to respond to them
A conversation with Guy HoffmanFebruary 8, 2014
Speakers: Guy Hoffman
Run Time: 46 minutes
Guy Hoffman discusses his work building robots that move in ways that humans respond to and the inspiration he derives from his time as an...
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