Over the past decade we have seen rapid technological developments in AI, robotic and autonomous systems. But how do we optimise the human interaction with these systems? Phillip Morgan, visiting Professor of Engineering Psychology at Luleå University of Technology, presents results from his 20+ years research career, and shows that the human being is not always the weakest link in the cyber security chain – even if we often think so.
We humans have always lived in a world of constant change where we are constantly forced to grow and further develop in order to meet and overcome life's various trials and challenges. Life has always required lifelong learning. And today perhaps more so than ever before.
PhD Students and senior researchers from Luleå University of Technology, Umeå University, Arctic University of Norway (UiT), and University of Oulu present ongoing research in the area of psychiatric nursing and mental health.
In this talk, the Robotics and AI team at Luleå University of Technology will present the current developments of the Robot project towards solutions of digitalization, novel robotic platforms, and intelligent automation for producing innovation and new value chains in farming industry of the Norrbotten region.
The preliminary results from a survey about data and systems interoperability for asset management of water supply and sewerage networks and digitalization will be presented as well as a discussion with follow-up questions related to this questionnaire study.