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BMVA technical meeting: Vision for Interaction: from humans to robots

 

In this highly interdisciplinary one-day workshop we aim at bringing together contributions from the fields of cognitive science, robotics, machine vision and artificial intelligence, to corroborate the discussion on the potential guidelines to design and develop biologically-inspired computational vision models that may favour a natural interaction between artificial systems and humans.

9:00-9:10 Welcome and introduction
9:10-9:30 Giulio Sandini From edges to actions
9:30-10:15 KEYNOTE: Antonia Hamilton
10:15-10:35 Robert Ward Involuntary communication of personal social traits through static, neutral facial photographs
10:35-10:55 Giulia Cappagli Is vision necessary to develop social cognition?
10:55-11:15 Serge Thill From vision and other senses to recognising actions and intentions: on the role of internal simulations
COFFEE BREAK 11:15-11:45
11:45-12:05 Ghaith Tarawneh 3D vision in the praying mantis
12:05-12:45 Eris Chinellato and Luisa Sartori Modelling visuomotor processing in human-human interactions for improving robot social skills
12:45-13:45 LUNCH
13:45-13:55 Brief introduction to the afternoon session
13:55-14:40 KEYNOTE: Yiannis Aloimonos
14:40-15:00 Tony Prescott Visual Attention: The Starting Point of Visual Learning
15:00-15:20 Alessia Vignolo Computational model for of biological motion detection for human-robot interaction
COFFEE BREAK 15:20-15:50
15:50-16:10 Manuela Chessa Natural interaction in a shared augmented reality scenario
16:10-16:30 Philip Krejov Tracking Hands and Gestures in real time for real applications
16:30-17:00 Conclusion of the meeting, final discussion

Posted 23rd Aug 2016
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