December 6 Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
Bilge Mutlu, UW - Madison
Bilge Mutlu, Ph.D., is director of the Wisconsin Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory and an associate professor of computer science at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. A former Fulbright Scholar and the recipient of National Science Foundation’s CAREER award, his research has been covered by national and international publications including the NewScientist, MIT Technology Review, Discovery News, Science Nation, and Voice of America.
Professor Mutlu leads a research program that builds human-centered methods and principles for designing robotic and other interactive and intelligent technologies to help people work, communicate, and pursue their personal goals. The research draws on a transdisciplinary design research process that combines aspects of design as well as computational and behavioral sciences.
Join us for a conversation about the future of robotics, artificial intelligence and the potential impacts on our future.
Funding is provided by a grant from the Brittingham Fund to the University of Wisconsin-Madision. Additional support is provided by the UW-Madison Speakers Bureau - Office of University Relations, the College of Ag and Life Sciences, and the College of Letters and Science