You can watch Georgia’s talk at the RSS2022 workshop on Scaling Robot Learning online! And the very interesting panel discussion with George Konidaris, Aleksandra Faust, Oliver Kroemer and Georgia at:
Georgia will deliver a keynote speech at IROS 2022 in Kyoto, Japan, on the 26th of October at 13:30 JST! Here are the details of the talk. Title: Shaping Robotic Assistance through Structured Robot Learning Abstract: Future intelligent robotic assistants are expected to perform various tasks in unstructured and human-inhabited environments. These robots should supportContinue reading “Keynote speaker at IROS 2022”
Georgia gave a talk for the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute Summer Scholars on the topic: The path towards Embodied Robot Intelligence You can watch the talk on YouTube:
My talk on “Accelerating Robot Skill Learning with Demonstrations and Models”, that I gave a few days ago at the AI in Robotics Seminar at the University of Toronto is now available online. In this talk I go through our recent works “Contextual Latent-Movements Off-Policy Optimization for Robotic Manipulation Skills” and “Model Predictive Actor-Critic: AcceleratingContinue reading “Talk @ UofT on accelerating Robot Skill Learning”
Georgia Chalvatzaki gave a talk on Thursday, March 18 at the Learning and Intelligent Systems group of TU Berlin. She presented recent results, but also her vision and ongoing research within the iROSA group and her Emmy Noether research project.
Talk about my research on robot learning for intelligent assistance at the Robot Learning Seminar Series of the Robotics and Embodied AI Lab and Mila, streamed on YouTube. Abstract: Societal facts like the increase in life expectancy, the lack of nursing staff, the hectic rhythms of everyday life, and the recent unprecedented situation of the Covid-19 pandemic, make theContinue reading “Research talk at the Robot Learning Seminar Series of REAL/MILA”