Knowledge Representation and Exchange for Robot Tasks

ARC, SIMTech‐NUS Joint Lab on Industrial Robotics and A*STAR industrial Robotics Program  Seminar

Speaker:Mr Alexander C. Perzylo,   Fortiss, Germany
Date/Time: 30/09/14, Tuesday 1030am

Humans can use the Internet to share knowledge and to help each other accomplish complex tasks. Until now, robots have not taken advantage of this opportunity. Sharing knowledge between robots requires methods to effectively encode, exchange, and reuse data. In this presentation the design and implementation of a system for sharing knowledge about robot tasks is explained.

Alexander C. Perzylo studied computer science at the Technische Universität München. From 2010 to 2013 he worked as a research assistant at the Robotics and Embedded Systems chair of Prof. Knoll. There he was involved in the EU FP7 project RoboEarth. Since July 2013 he works at fortiss on EU FP7 project SMErobotics. His research interests include robotics, knowledge‐based systems, human robot interaction and natural language processing.