The LIT Robopsychology Lab has begun the year 2020 with a retreat.
Martina Mara received the Vienna Women's Prize 2019 in the category "Digitisation".
appearing soon in Journal "Computers in Human Behavior"
In her talk at the conference panel "Humanizing AI" Martina Mara stood up for the need of diversity in tech development.
The LIT Robopsychology Lab is currently researching how different robot voices affect humans.
Meet Martina Mara from the LIT Robopsychology Lab
With the beginning of June, the team of the Robopsychology Lab has moved from Science Park 3 to the new home of the Linz Institute of Technology.