The LIT Robopsychology Lab combines methods and knowledge of psychology with current questions of artificial intelligence and robotics.
Human experience, perception and behaviour - these are central objects of psychological research. Based on this, robotic psychology deals with how humans experience intelligent machines, how they behave towards them and how the needs of different groups of people can be well taken into account in technology development.
The Robopsychology Lab at the Linz Institute of Technology at JKU, which has been in existence since 2018, is currently conducting research under the direction of Prof. Martina Mara into the following questions, among others:
In addition to the interactive exhibition area "DEMYSTIFY AI!", the LIT Robopsychology Lab leads panel discussions about the digital gender divide and the public communication of AI at the new "Circus of Knowledge".
Join the LIT Robopsychology at the Ars Electronica Festival to look behind myths and misconceptions about artificial intelligence.
The LIT Robopsychology Lab is starting its next VR study on human-robot collaboration.
The LIT Robopsychology Lab is represented with several contributions at the "ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction" this week.