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Pioneers in Human-Computer Interaction: Distinguished Speaker Series. April: Rosalind Picard

14 April 2021

From the inventor of the highlighted link to the first social scientist to join Microsoft Research, Leverhulme CFI's Imperial spoke will be hosting 5 Pioneers of Human-Computer Interaction.

Professor Rafael Calvo, Leverhulme CFI co-lead, will be chairing the "Imperial Design Engineering Distinguished Speaker Series" featuring five trailblazers who will share insights at the intersection of AI, design and human experience. Talks are free and online. Registration and details are listed below.

April: Rosalind Picard
Title TBC
Computer scientist, engineer, inventor, and originator of the field of Affective Computing; She holds two doctorates from MIT and directs the Affective Computing Research Group at the MIT Media Lab. Elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
Wed 14 April - REGISTER