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Our 5 teams composed of researchers from various disciplines, around objects, applications and shared scientific matters within the two major challenges of robotics: interactivity with human persons and autonomy.

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The advent of artificial intelligences and robots is inducing profound transformations in our societies. ISIR researchers help to anticipate them by working on the autonomy of machines and their ability to interact with human beings.

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ISIR’s priority projects in 2021

Each year, on the occasion of the Single Call for Projects of the INS2I, Institut des Sciences de l’Information et de leurs Interactions du CNRS, ISIR researchers are invited to build research projects to define the annual programme of the laboratory. This year, our Scientific Council has elaborated a list of 5…
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Nathanaël Jarrassé receives the bronze medal from the CNRS for his work on prostheses and exoskeletons

Between engineering and robotics, Nathanaël Jarrassé of the ISIR (CNRS/Sorbonne University) designs gesture and mobility assistance systems for people with disabilities. By decoding physiological signals and body gestures, his creations adapt to more easily understand the actions required of them and improve user comfort. READ THE NEWS ON THE…
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Recrutement

Recrutement 2021 – Postes à pourvoir à Sorbonne Université pour une affectation recherche possible à l’ISIR

La campagne de recrutement des enseignantes-chercheures et enseignants-chercheurs de Sorbonne Université est ouverte. Parmi les 57 postes ouverts, 2 postes sont à pourvoir à Sorbonne Université pour une affectation recherche possible à l’ISIR : « Intelligence Artificielle pour la robotique ou la réalité virtuelle », poste n°1661, Maître de conférences, section 61 –…
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Surgical Robotics that scan, hear, feel and act

DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION Surgeons make optimal use of all their senses to master difficult operations.  When visibility is poor, they locate anatomy by palpation or they hear the optimal moment to stop drilling. Who would, today, entrust the own body to a surgeon that uses only direct vision,…
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VeriDream: reinforcing the learning of robots through dreams

Artificial intelligence helps robots to perform tasks by themselves. They can learn and train while disconnected, through dream-like simulations. However, deviations from reality and the infinite choices available in real life limit the effectiveness of these methods. A problem that the VeriDream project, supported by the European Innovation Council,…
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Holding hands may be more effective in group decision making than talking to each other

Communicating is part of our daily lives, but do we really know what communicating is? We are naturally tempted to think about speech. We can easily guess that we can communicate through gestures like in sign language, or more generally when our gestures, postures and expressions complement speech. But…
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The ISIR wishes you a happy new year

On behalf of all ISIR members, we wish you a happy new year 2021. May this year be full of projects and successes. We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank you for your confidence throughout this year.
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Knowledge representation and interpretation of images guided by models: contribution of hybrid artificial intelligence

CONFERENCE INTRODUCTORY SEMINAR BY ISABELLE BLOCH, SCAI CHAIR OF RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (SCAI / LIP6 / ISIR) FRIDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2020, FROM 09:00 TO 12:00, ONLINE The interpretation of images benefits from the modelling of knowledge about both the scene observed and the objects it contains and their relationships….
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A look back at Cybathlon 2020: will tomorrow’s Paralympic Games be bionic?

Active prosthesis(1) and handisport performance(2) The global edition of the Cybathlon 2020 kicked off online on 13 November. Initially scheduled for May 2020 in Zurich, the competition was held in a 100% local and digital format due to the current health context. This decentralised organisation enabled each of the participating…
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Colloquium – “Responsibility for intelligent machines: a cognitive approach”

CONFERENCE Isir, LIP6 and SCAI are honored to invite Professor Patrick Haggard to the Virtual Colloquium that will take place on Wednesday, November 25 at 6:00 pm. The professor in cognitive neurosciences at University College London (UCL) will speak on “Responsibility for intelligent machines: a cognitive approach“. Patrick Haggard leads the “Action and Body” research group at the…