Submission deadline is 15th July 2018. LSR 2018 will be held on 6-7 December 2018 at the University of Montana, Missoula, USA. loveandsexwithrobots.org
Submission deadline is 15th July 2018. ACE 2018 will be held on 3-5 December 2018 at the University of Montana, Missoula, USA.
Art, Mind & Experience – Symposium by the Science of Mind & Art Network
Date: 1-2 November 2017
Time: 13:00- 14:00
Venue: University of Jyväskylä, Finland
This first international meeting of the SMA (Science of Mind and Art) network brings together some of the leading scholars from psychology and neuroscience to different disciplines of art.
Multipurpose user experience as business support
Date: 31 October 2017
Venue: Helsinki, Finland
The aim of the event is to introduce the company’s multilingual user experience to business support. The first Keynote is an international pioneer in multidisciplinary internet research and development, Professor Adrian David Cheok (adriancheok.info). Cheok tells about his team’s projects, the evolution of multinational internet, and brings out views of its future. The second Keynote is considered by the Helsinki City Chief Design Officer, Anne Stenros, of the urbanization of the city. Additionally, there are Finnish examples of how the multiplicity has been utilized in practice. The event is in English.
Professor Adrian David Cheok will give a keynote speech at IT Innovation Day on 28 September 2017, in Amersfoort, Netherlands.
Title: Love and Sex with Robots
Time: 14:33, 28 September 2017
Location: Prodentfabriek, Amersfoort, Netherlands
In his speech, Professor Cheok will look at the tangible aspect (touch) of technology, and the ways in which this will contribute to an overall experience for people, including sexual behaviour. Adrian Cheok will outline a more controversial view of the future, along with how tangible technology will enhance experiences at all levels of human behaviour. When is good, good enough, real enough, and how can quality be improved? Adrian will also share his latest tech inventions with the public.
Professor Adrian Cheok was invited to give a keynote speech at the International Conference on Foundations of Digital Games 2017, at Cape Cod, USA.
FDG 2017 is a major international event in-cooperation with ACM SIGAI, SIGCHI, and SIGGRAPH. It seeks to promote the exchange of information concerning the foundations of digital games, technology used to develop digital games, and the study of digital games and their design, broadly construed. The goal of the conference is the advancement of the study of digital games, including but not limited to new game technologies, critical analysis, innovative designs, theories on play, empirical studies, and data analysis.
Professor Cheok’s keynote speech will be covering the trending topic of “Love and Sex with Robots”.
Time: 15 Aug 2017, 9am
Venue: The Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis, Cape Cod, MA, USA
Title: Love and Sex with Robots
Abstract: “Love and Sex with Robots” has recently become a serious academic topic within the fields of Human Machine Interaction and Human Robot Interaction. This topic has also witnessed a strong upsurge of interest amongst the general public, print media, TV documentaries and feature films. This talk covers the personal aspects of human relationships and interactions with robots and artificial partners. New technologies and research prototypes have been developed to allow more intimate interactions with robot companions like sex robots, emotional robots, humanoid robots, and artificial intelligent systems that can simulate human emotions. Such technologies and systems also engage the users with all their senses, including touch, taste and smell, creating multisensory and immersive interactive experiences. In this talk, we will conclude that humans will marry robots by 2050.
For more information on the conference, visit http://fdg2017.org/.
Professor Adrian David Cheok will give a keynote speech at Visual SG in Singapore Science Centre on 28 July 2017.
Topic: Everysense Everywhere Human Communication
Time: 11:10am, 28 July 2017
Location: Singapore Science Centre
Visual SG is South East Asia’s signature Visualisation Festival. The Festival celebrates beauty through its bold emphasis on the visual aesthetics, insights and narratives that reside in data and scientific visualisation. Envisaged as both a serious study and playful showcase, VisualSG presents a full on visual spectacle of data through the lens of artistic and creative expression. Through its line-up of interactive displays, forums and workshops, Visual SG not only raises awareness of the burgeoning field of big data, it also aims to provoke conversations on the significant role of data analytics in today’s business and societal context.
The theme for Visual SG this year is “Make Visual!”. This theme takes us back on a journey to discover our intrinsic roots; that of the intrepid explorer, creator and inventor. It encourages all of us to take that first step to discover the magic that is all around us through unbridled curiosity.
Visual SG’s 2017 line up is an eclectic collection of artists and scientists who are all pushing the boundaries to tell their stories of science through visually stunning and engaging media.
Date: Thursday, 25th May 2017
Time: 11:15am to 12:15pm
Venue: Royal Institution, 21 Albemarle St, Mayfair, London W1S 4BS
About Symposium 2017
On behalf of the Cass MBA Programme it is a huge pleasure to welcome you all to our third London Symposium. This year is our largest ever Symposium – and boosted further in numbers by our MBA guests from LUISS Business School (Rome), Mannheim Business School in Germany and GIBS Business School from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. We are of course also delighted to welcome Cass alumni back to Cass to join us.
Key features of our global city include its drive, its openness and its appetite for innovation. This is why we have chosen Explorers as the overall theme for our third Cass MBA London Symposium. You will hear from thought leaders and inspiring individuals as they share their insights on contemporary business practice, leading change and the value of being open to risk taking and adventure. Our Symposium is not a conference it is designed as a dynamic and engaging MBA class consisting of plenary speakers, hosted business briefings, masterclasses and social events. You too are Explorers on you own unique expedition across the capital to develop new knowledge, insight and networks.
Welcome to the London Symposium and please, be curious.
Dr Sionade Robinson
Associate Dean MBA Programmes
Sir John Cass Business School is a modern, forward-looking institution with over 40 years at the leading edge of business education. Established in 1966 as City University Business School, it was renamed Cass Business School in 2002. Since then it has continued its upward trajectory. Cass’s triple-crown accreditation from AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB puts it in the top one per cent of business schools worldwide.
At Cass, we never stand still. We always aspire to excellence and we constantly seek new ways to serve our students and the global business community. Our enviable location means we are perfectly positioned to support the diverse interests of one of the world’s most powerful business and finance capitals.
Naturally, living next door to London’s rich mix of world-leading businesses, professional services and financial institutions informs our education and research strengths. Our goal is to provide support to world class businesses with world-leading thinking. Our research is ground-breaking and, through our partnerships with leading organisations, has a demonstrable impact on business and society.
Professor Adrian David Cheok will give a keynote speech at the 15th ICoICT Conference 2017 on 17 May 2017 in Malacca, Malaysia.
Venue: Holiday Inn, Malacca, Malaysia
Date and Time: 14:45 – 16:00, 17 May 2017
Keynote Title: Everysense Everywhere Human Communication
Abstract: Human can develop new types of communication environments using all senses, including touch, taste and smell, which can increase support for multi-modal interaction and remote presence. This talk presents an alternative ubiquitous computing environment based on an integrated design of real and virtual worlds, as well as some research systems for interactive communication, culture and play.
CeBIT is the largest and most internationally represented computer expo. The trade fair is held each year on the Hanover fairground, the world’s largest fairground, in Hanover, Germany.
Title: Everysense Everywhere Human Communication
Date: 21 Mar. 2017
Speaker: Prof. Adrian David Cheok