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Date selected: February 2020
This talk addresses the development of robotic systems that can collect data in the natural world, either on land or underwater. While the last decade has seen immense progress in the development and deployment of self-driving vehicles, moving around in the natural world without a map and outside of cities remains much more challenging. Most […]Read Article
February 11, 2020
This talk will discuss research about the core cognitive systems people use to guide their learning about the world—including attention, curiosity, and metacognition (thinking about thinking). It will also discuss why people sometimes hold beliefs that are inconsistent with evidence available in the world, and how we might leverage our knowledge of human curiosity and […]Read Article