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Leo Trottier and Daniel Knudsen

Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Atkinson Hall 1601 on the UCSD Campus

 

 

Abstract: 

CleverPet

CleverPet’s task is to flexibly and effectively automate animal interaction in the consumer context, in which environments, people, and the animals themselves can vary considerably. A major part of this project has consisted of designing and building an entirely novel connected mass market consumer product. In this talk, we will discuss our motivations and approach.

Bio:

Sheldon Brown combines computer science research with vanguard cultural production. He is the John D. and Catherine T. Ma

Leo Trottier is a PhD candidate in cognitive science on leave from UC San Diego. Daniel Knudsen received his PhD in Neuroscience from UC San Diego in June 2013.

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