Artificial Intelligence in the remote control of a robotic arm" - Science Fair for children in Madrid
The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is taking part in the 12th Madrid es Ciencia Fair on Friday 24th of March in Hall 5 of IFEMA. The scientific outreach activities which will be carried out at the UC3M stand aim to bring together, in an enjoyable way, some of the R&D&I work carried out at the University in different disciplines, such as communication, history, aerospace engineering, telematics engineering and mathematics.
“Artificial Intelligence in the remote control of a robotic arm”
In “Artificial Intelligence in the remote control of a robotic arm”, researchers from UC3M’s Telematics Engineering Department will allow attendees to wirelessly control a robotic arm with a joystick and test the consequences that certain interferences may have. In addition, they will teach how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help mitigate this interference for smooth robot control. This outreach activity is funded by the Horizon Europe programme in the PREDICT-6G (GA 101095890), Hexa-X-II (GA 101095759) and DESIRE6G (GA 101096466) projects, by the Spanish Ministry of Economic Affairs and by Digital Transformation and Next Generation EU funds through the UNICO 5G I+D 6G-EDGEDT and 6G-DATADRIVEN projects.