A pilot study starts at the elementary school Kunskapsskolan in Hägersten in Stockholm, a school for ASD children and children with other special needs. The study will go on with the school having a Furhat until June 2017.
Furhat Robotics presented the timeline in Futurum (Stockholm Waterfront, Sweden – August 17 2016) game as an example of how the education of the future could be.
The first BabyRobot technical meeting took place on 7-8 June 2016 in Stockholm, Sweden.
The BabyRobot project will be presented in the European Robotics Forum ’16, 21-23 March 2016.
The ICCS team, in collaboration with a team from USC, wins (1st place among 19 groups in) the tweeter sentiment analysis task 4-B (topic) SemEval 2016 competition using semantic-affective model adaptation techniques. More details about the competition are available here.
The BabyRobot project was presented at the 2nd Workshop on Evaluating Child-Robot Interaction (CRI) at Human-Robot Interaction (HRI’16), 7 March 2016, Christchurch, New Zealand