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07.08.2020 | Forskning

Hvordan ser fremtiden ud for sociale robotter?

Med COVID-19 pandemien står dette spørgsmål endnu mere centralt og vil i forbindelse med en stor, international online-konference blive belyst ud fra mange forskellige perspektiver. Konferencen finder sted fra den 18.-21.august.

17.07.2020 | Bevillinger, Interacting minds

TRAINCREASE - From Social Interaction to Abstract Concepts and Words: Towards Human-centered Technology Development

Interacting Minds Centre is partner in a new project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme

08.07.2020 | Bevillinger, Navne , Interacting minds

The (trans)formation of a European sense of solidarity: Visceral politics and social belonging in a comparative European context

New grant from VolkswagenStiftung to the Interacting Minds Centre and four European partners

02.07.2020 | Forskning, Arts

Forskergruppe tager pulsen på europæisk koloniarv

I det internationale forskningsprogram, ECHOES, studeres europæisk koloniarv og med et helt nyt initiativ lader forskergruppen mange stemmer både i Danmark og resten af verden komme til orde i diskussionen af den europæiske koloniarv. De har således bedt aktivister, kunstnere og forskere verden rundt om at bidrage. Se bidragene her.

22.06.2020 | Forskning, Arkæologi, Arts

Stemmen fra vores forfædres fortid skal høres i klimadebatten

Arkæologer fra Aarhus Universitet argumenterer med afsæt i en netop offentliggjort videnskabelig artikel for en nytænkende, tværfaglig indsats i forhold til de aktuelle klimaudfordringer.


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tir 18 aug
09:00-17:00 | Aarhus University, Denmark
Robophilosophy 2020 - Culturally Sustainable Social Robotics
After the pandemic: Are social robots the future of human social interactions? Social robotics it offers new possibilities to support essential social services (healthcare, eldercare), to communicate, work, and live in ”industry 4.0” and “society 5.0” without sharing physical space. Robophilosophy2020, the fourth event in the biennial Robophilosophy Conference series that integrates Humanities expertise into social robotics, investigates how we can ensure that social robotics applications are culturally sustainable. The conference is the first large-scale international conference hosted at AU online—it features over 70 talks with live plenaries, workshops, and discussion sessions on pre-recorded session talks.
tir 22 sep
14:15-16:00 | 1252-204, Eduard Biermann, Søauditorierne
Shifting Dynamics of Contention in the Digital Age: Mobile communication and politics in China
Lecture by: LIU Jun, Ass. Professor, Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen
tir 20 okt
13:00-14:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, 4240-020
Economic Spaces in Shifting Cityscapes
Lecture by Visiting Professor Elizabeth Murphy (Florida State University). Lecture 2/5 in the lecture series "Socially Re-Constructing the Late Roman City: Labor, Networks, Economy, and Narratives of Urban 'Decline'".
tir 27 okt
13:00-14:00 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, 4240-301
Workshops and Industry in the Late Antique City: Negotiating New Workspaces
Lecture by Visiting Professor Elizabeth Murphy (Florida State University). Lecture 3/5 in the lecture series "Socially Re-Constructing the Late Roman City: Labor, Networks, Economy, and Narratives of Urban 'Decline'".
tir 27 okt
15:15-16:15 | Moesgaard Museum, Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg, Moesgaard Museum auditorium (4240-020)
Networking with the Romans: Examples of archaeological network research and where we should go from here
Inaugural lecture by Associate professor Tom Brughmans (School of Culture and Society & UrbNet, Aarhus University).