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Special Talk on “Advanced Drilling System for Subsurface Exploration” Speaker: Prof. Takashi Kubota, ISAS/JAXA, Japan Friday 15 December, 9:30 am – 10:20 am Matrix Hall, 2F. KI building Abstract: The deep space explorations have received a lot of attention in recent years. Some missions to land safely and explore on the surface of the moon Read more about Special Talk[…]
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Plenary Speaker: Prof. David Hogg, School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK “Learning about human behaviour for interactive robotics” A robot can learn to interact in a natural way with people through observing human behaviour. Part of the challenge is to learn visual concepts and language constructs, such as the meaning of words and grammatical structure. Read more about Plenary & Invited Speakers[…]
Workshop 1: AI World Cup Workshop The 1st Artificial Intelligence World Cup 2017 Challenge will take place on December 1, 2017 at KAIST Daejeon campus. This is the first world-wide competition of playing on-line soccer games simulated by AI. This competition aims at innovating artificial intelligence technology developed by researchers from academia and industry together, Read more about AI World Cup Workshop[…]
Special Session on “Soft Robotics” by Xiaoping Chen and Hao Jiang (University of Science and Technology of China, China) Abstract: There has been an increasing interest in the use of soft and deformable structures in the robotic systems. Soft and deformable structures are crucial in the systems that deal with uncertain and dynamic task-environments, e.g. Read more about Special Session[…]
Papers should describe original research results, be not published elsewhere before. If you wish to submit papers to RiTA 2017, sign up an account and log in with your ID and password on the website. Fill out your paper information and authors and upload a manuscript in pdf on the website. Papers will be presented Read more about Paper Submission[…]
RiTA 2017 will take place at KI Fusion Hall inside KAIST Daejeon campus. The KAIST Institute (KI) was established in 2006 to foster interdisciplinary research at KAIST. The KI Building, which has become a landmark at KAIST, was completed in 2010 with generous donations from Dr. Byiung Jun Park and his wife Mrs. Chunghi Hong. For information, Read more about Conference Venue[…]
Welcome to Daejeon, Korea, a city rich in technology and research! Robotics and artificial intelligence are being combined in exciting new ways to rapidly change the world. RiTA 2017 brings together expertise in these fields from across the globe. Come share your knowledge and experience and build collaborative networks that will last a lifetime. We Read more about Welcome to RiTA 2017 ![…]