The LIT Robopsychology Lab combines methods and expertise of psychology with current issues pertaining to artificial intelligence and robotics.
When it comes to research in psychology, human experience, perception, and behaviour are core subjects. On this basis, robotic psychology focuses on how humans experience intelligent machines, how they behave towards these intelligent machines, and how the needs of different groups of people can be taken into account when it comes to technology development.
Established in 2018, the JKU Robopsychology Lab at the Linz Institute of Technology currently conducts research under the direction of Prof. Martina Mara and focuses on, among other things, the following topics:
The ÖCSK was hosted at JKU on April 19 + 20, 2023 and we were present with our project "How to explain AI?".
Kathrin Meyer is at the PCST in Rotterdam, to talk about "Communicating AI (and the public myths about it) in an interactive exhibition".
The Robopsychology Lab is currently researching on this together with Citizen Scientists, artists and AI experts.
We are looking for 10 people from the public to join us in exploring pressing issues regarding Artificial Intelligence: What do you think about Artificial Intelligence? What would you like to know more about?