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13. December 2017
„Monitoring real-time real-world interaction in an identified neuron“ ist eines von fünf kleinen „hochriskanten“ Forschungsprojekten am CITEC.

How One Part of the Body Knows What the Other Does

Gaëtan Lepreux and Volker Dürr investigating how an insect’s antennae relay information to its legs in their research project

06. December 2017
CITEC and Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences developing novel communications technology

Communicating with the World through Brain Waves

In May 2017, the research project “M³S – moderne Mensch-Maschine Schnittstelle” [Modern Human-Machine Interface] was launched. The project is funded with a total of approximately 1.5 million Euro.

27. November 2017
The humanoid robot Nao teaches children a foreign language in the project L2Tor. Photo: Bielefeld University/CITEC

Artificial Intelligence and What It Makes Possible

Artificial intelligence is on the rise, but is it something we have to fear? How far advanced are technical systems already? Theatrical play sheds light on what’s behind the topic.

15. November 2017
Learning How Humans Communicate Using Virtual Avatars

Learning How Humans Communicate Using Virtual Avatars

How exactly does interpersonal non-verbal communication work? To find this out, CITEC researchers are researching virtual avatars in their project “Social Motorics.”

13. November 2017
Prof. Dr. Joanna Bryson

The Pros and Cons of Artificial Intelligence

Prof. Dr. Joanna Bryson is an expert in artificial intelligence. She is a visiting professor for gender studies at Bielefeld University´s Cluster of Excellence CITEC.

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