Collaborative Computing and the Physical World

Speaker  Greg Hager

Affiliation  Johns Hopkins University

Host  Zhengyou Zhang

Duration  01:08:20

Date recorded  25 February 2013

For the past 20 years, many groups, including our own, have been developing methods for time-series analysis of video data with applications to both robotic guidance and for human-machine interaction. Today, with the benefit of new platforms for gathering data, more powerful computing, and new insights into the development of models from data, these threads are starting to converge. The result is a set of unique new opportunities for human-machine collaboration in the physical world. In this talk, I will illustrate the idea of human-machine collaboration in a variety of areas, including medicine, computer-assisted surgery, remote telemanipulation, and in a “flipped lab” for research on collaborative computing based around a public interactive display.

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