Guest lecture by Claudio Castellini
Claudio Castellini will give a lecture on: Interactive (machine) learning: a key component of the HMI of the future
15.10.2019 kl. 09.00 - 09.30
In this talk, I argue that interactive machine learning is a key component of a successful human/robot interaction as well as interactive “human” learning is! I will sketch the principle and show a few applications we have been testing in our lab, both in virtual and in “real” reality. Particularly, we have been dealing with myocontrol (muscle-based control of upper-limb prostheses).
I am a senior researcher and group leader in rehabilitation / assistive robotics, human-machine interfaces and applied machine learning. I obtained a degree in Electronic (Biomedical) Engineering in 1998 at the University of my hometown, Genoa (Italy); I then got a Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence at the School of Informatics of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. After 4.5 years spent as a post-doctoral student at the Advanced Robotics Laboratory of the University of Genoa, I finally landed at the German Aerospace Center, Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics. As of now, I have (co)authored more than 100 scientific papers, I am involved in a few research projects and I have served, or am currently serving, for some editorial boards and committees.
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