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Breakthroughs in AI: Human-centric Innovation

When: Thursday, March 14, 2024, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Zoom webinar

Welcome to Queen Mary University of London's Breakthroughs in AI: A Webinar Series on Innovation and Exploration!

Join us as we explore the forefront of Artificial Intelligence research, unveiling its transformative power across various projects.

Human-centric Innovation with Kameron Young

Explore how Queen Mary University of London prioritises human-centric design, collaborative decision-making, and human-AI partnership.

Led by dynamic Biomedical Engineering student Kameron, with esteemed panelists Dr. Lorenzo Jamone, and Prof. Pat Healey, discover groundbreaking work in multi-objective optimization, robotics, computational linguistics, and human-computer interaction.


Profile image of Lorenzo Jamone Dr. Lorenzo Jamone is a Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London's School of Engineering and Materials Science. He specialises in robotics and machine learning. His research focuses on human-robot interaction, tactile sensing, and cognitive robotics. With a background in artificial intelligence and neuroengineering, he contributes extensively to advancements in robotic manipulation and perception.
Profile image of Pat Healey Prof. Pat Healey is based at Queen Mary University of London's School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. He is a leading researcher in computational linguistics and human-computer interaction. His research interests include natural language processing, multimodal interaction, and the application of machine learning techniques in understanding human communication patterns.


Profile image of Kameron Young

Kameron Young is a passionate Biomedical Engineering student from Bermuda currently studying an undergraduate degree at Queen Mary.

Bilingual in Spanish and English, Kameron is fascinated by languages, Python programming and Web3. She has aspirations of becoming a surgeon and robotics engineer, and is a firm believer in hands-on learning and relentless curiosity.


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