Overview of Our Roadmap

Our projects are built upon 4 different thrusts: New Models to Understand and Anticipate Human Behaviour, New Algorithms for Energy-Efficient and Human-Based AI, New Paradigms for Autonomous Agents/Human Interaction and Understanding and New Solutions for the Management of Hybrid Teams

1. New Models to Understand and Anticipate Human Behaviour

 

Title Axis
Capture of Human Physiological, Cognitive Performance and Emotional State 1.1
Using Human Data to Augment Individual and Team Decision Making, and Team Management 1.2
Human Activity, Capability and Performance Understanding 1.3

2. New Algorithms for Energy-Efficient and Human Based AI

 

Title Axis
Cross Learning Between Humans and Machines 2.1
Self-Adaptation for Cooperation 2.2
Distributed AI on Resource Constrained Devices for Real-Time Performance 2.3

3. New Paradigms for Autonomous Agents/Human Interaction and Understanding 

 

Title Axis
Intelligent and Interactive Autonomous Agents 3.1
Theoretical Models of Interaction and Human-Machine Dialogue 3.2
New Interaction Frameworks and Technologies to Facilitate Cooperation within a Hybrid System 3.3

4. New Solutions for the Management of Hybrid Teams

 

Title Axis
New Models of Human-Intelligent Machine Cooperation and Interaction 4.1
Adaptation and Regulation to Reach Cognitive Equilibirum Between Humans/Autonomous Agents 4.2

OPEN POSITIONS

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