WELCOME TO THE 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMBODIED INTELLIGENCE TO BE HELD ONLINE ON MARCH 22-24, 2023
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The programme for this year will be provided shortly.
This free event brings together a wide range of speakers to discuss the many challenges and opportunities in Embodied Intelligence research! The conference is structured with a morning session and afternoon session each day to accommodate different time zones. Each session includes plenary talks, panel discussions (including flash talks by leading researchers), and breakout sessions as shown in the tentative programme here. While plenary and panel speakers are invitation-only, we solicit wider contributions in breakout sessions to facilitate more focused and technical discussions.
|John Rogers, Northwestern University, USA||Ellen Roche, MIT, USA|
|Anil Seth, Sussex University, UK||Ilana Nisky, Ben-Gurion University, Israel|
|Aude Billard, EPFL, Switzerland||Davide Scaramuzza, University of Zurich, Switzerland|
|Shoji Takeuchi, University of Tokyo, Japan||Tetsushi Nonaka, Kobe University, Japan|
|Guangming Xie, Beijing University, China||Yong-Lae Park, Seoul National, South Korea|
|Tamim Asfour, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany||Tom Ziemke, Linköping University, Sweden|
|Guoying Gu, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China||Cecilia Laschi, National University of Singapore|
|Kirstin Petersen, Cornell University, USA||Matej Hoffmann, Czech Technical University, Czechia|
|Josh Bongard, University of Vermont, USA||Josie Hughes, EPFL, Switzerland|
|Rachael Jack, University of Glasgow, UK|
Previous EI-Conferences and Resources
EI’22 Conference PROGRAMME and PRESENTATIONS
EI’21 Conference PROGRAMME and PRESENTATIONS
EI’21 Conference proceedings (open access)
Conference Organizers and Advisors
|Fumiya Iida, University of Cambridge|
|Josie Hughes, EPFL|
|Arsen Abdulali, University of Cambridge|
|Cecilia Laschi, National University of Singapore|
We want to use this conference to answer some of the key open questions relating to EI, this includes, but is not limited to:
- What is (embodied) intelligence?
- How does computation come about from embodiment?
- How does language emerge?
- How do we understand intelligence and what theories do we have to represent it?
- What are the common curriencies?
- How can we measure complexity?
- What can not be done by computation intelligence?
- What ethical questions arise from EI?
Interested in an in-person event? Please attend RoboSoft2023 EI Workshop in Singapore.