Four HUMAN-AI collaborative research projects funded in 2021
After the successful call for projects in 2020, early this year the HUMAN-AI alliance program announced a second call for collaborative research proposals. Four excellent teams across the participating institutes were formed and their projects will be funded by the alliance program for a maximum budget of 5,000 euro. Below are the details of the projects.
Project 1: Autonomy of decision in intelligent dietary intervention systems
Researchers: Baptist Liefooghe (UU), Yvonne van der Schouw (UMCU), Banu Aysolmaz (TU/e), and Chao Zhang (UU)
Project 2: The impact of long-term interaction with a social robot on human autonomy
Researchers: Ruud Hortensius (UU) and Peter Ruijten-Dodoiu (TU/e)
Project 3: Do People Perceive Robots as Intentional Moral Agents?
Researchers: Maartje de Graaf (UU) and Minha Lee (TU/e)
Project 4: MagicToy to help children with motor skill impairment
Researchers: Albert Ali Salah (UU) and Ben Schouten (TU/e)
You can learn more about the projects by attending the HUMAN-AI Symposium 2021 on June 30.
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