On this episode, Lauren Klein interviews Ayanna Howard, Professor and Chair of the Faculty of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. Professor Howard describes her wide selection of labor in robotics, from robots that help youngsters with particular must belief in autonomous programs. She additionally discusses her path by way of the sphere of robotics in each academia and enterprise, and the significance of conducting in-the-wild robotics analysis.
Ayanna Howard is a Professor and Chair of the Faculty of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. Professor Howard is the director and founding father of the Human-Automation Methods (HumAnS) Laboratory. Her analysis focuses on humanized intelligence, with a variety of purposes from Human-Robotic Interplay to science-driven robotics. Previous to Georgia Tech, she led analysis tasks at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Professor Howard can be a founder and the CTO of the tutorial robotics firm Zyrobotics.