November 3, 2021
In this Symposium, mediaX brings together a multidisciplinary selection of scientists and researchers studying the human experience in digital environments. Through established frameworks, concept-proving projects, and practical issues, this program will explore how we might better describe the human experience in digital environments.
Relive the three session conference as thought leaders from the Stanford and mediaX member communities come together to explore how curiosity and learning can build the relationship between humans and machines.
This three session conference (July 13, 14 and 15) brings together thought leaders from the Stanford and mediaX member communities to share recent insights on what similarities in curiosity and learning of humans and machines can be assumed or explored.
Ryota Yamada is a Chief Specialist of Technology focused on Information and Communication Technology at the Open Innovation Group, Innovation Exploring Initiative H.Q., OMRON Corporation. He joined OMRON in 2002 as a Software Engineer. From 2003 to 2006, He was a Visiting Researcher at mediaX at Stanford University, where he worked with the Late Professor […]
Machine learning and control theory have made substantial advances in the field of robotics in the past decade. However, there are still many challenges when studying robots interacting with humans. Dorsa Sadigh discusses her insights on this issue.
Getting computers to do our bidding has always been a bit mysterious to those of us not steeped in machine code, operating systems, and programming. mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar Susan Stucky explains why and how that has changed.
May 12, 2020
Machine learning and control theory have made substantial advances in the field of robotics in the past decade. However, there are still many challenges when studying robots interacting with humans. Dorsa Sadigh continues the mediaX webinar series "Thinking Tools for Wicked Problems", and will discuss her insights on this issue.
From The Theme SMART OFFICE WORKFLOWS WHAT IF What if we could help mobile robots navigate crowded environments using haptic communication? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to explore the use of haptic communication to improve human-mobile robot interaction, especially in crowded environments, such as offices and shopping malls. We developed and […]
From The Theme SMART OFFICE WORKFLOWS WHAT IF What if we could better understand how robotic sound influences human perceptions and interactions? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to develop design heuristics for the sounds that are a byproduct of interactive objects in the technologically advanced workplace of the future. Specifically, we […]