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ACT-R workshop

There will be a one-day ACT-R Workshop at University College London on July 26, 2017. The purpose of the workshop is to discuss issues of interest to the ACT-R community, including but not limited to new architectural modifications and developments, modeling and methodology discussions, scaling and…

Deadline approaching for positions at UCLIC!

We are recruiting a Senior Teaching Fellow - this is a full-time temporary role to cover parental leave and is for 4.5 months initially starting in September, but it is likely that the role may be extended. Please see the UCL advert for more information and how to apply. The deadline is 29 May…

UCLIC Research Seminar 17 May: Lola Cañamero, University of Hertfordshire – An Embodied Cognition and Affect Approach to Human-Robot Interaction

Emotions are a key aspect of human behavior, communication and cognition. Affective computing and human-oriented approaches to technology design take into account different aspects of emotions and their expression in order to create technology that humans feel comfortable with. However, the…