Dizan Vasquez

 

 


 

Dizan Vasquez received his PhD in Computer Graphics, Computer Vision and Robotics from Institut National Polytechnique – Grenoble, France. He is currently a researcher at Inria, France.




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Feb 8th 2016

Mobile Robots are increasingly working in close interaction with human beings in environments as diverse as homes, hospitals, public spaces, public transportation systems and disaster areas. The situation is similar when it comes to Autonomous Vehicles, which are equipped with robot-like capabilities (sensing, decision and control). Such robots must balance constraints such as safety, efficiency and autonomy, while addressing the novel problems of acceptability and human-robot interaction. Given the high stakes involved, developing these technologies is clearly a major challenge for both the industry and the human society.

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