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This is my page where I will attempt to draw together in one place the disparate bits of myself that are out there. I am presently working as a Research Fellow at Sheffield Robotics and the Department of Computer Science at

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This is my page where I will attempt to draw together in one place the disparate bits of myself that are out there. I am presently working as a Research Fellow at Sheffield Robotics and the Department of Computer Science at

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BUIHA International All-Stars rosters announced

Sometimes with all my professional activities I forget to make space for some of my other great loves here, ice hockey being one of them. I’m really proud to be involved in selected and coaching this BUIHA International All-Stars, who

BUIHA International All-Stars rosters announced

Sometimes with all my professional activities I forget to make space for some of my other great loves here, ice hockey being one of them. I’m really proud to be involved in selected and coaching this BUIHA International All-Stars, who

5 reasons why you don’t need to fear the Robopocalypse (and 2 why you might…)

In advance of Sheffield Robotics’ Platform for Investigation day at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry on 20 January, I wrote this blog post: 5 reasons why you don’t need to fear the Robopocalypse (and 2 why you might…)

5 reasons why you don’t need to fear the Robopocalypse (and 2 why you might…)

In advance of Sheffield Robotics’ Platform for Investigation day at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry on 20 January, I wrote this blog post: 5 reasons why you don’t need to fear the Robopocalypse (and 2 why you might…)

New project: Cyberselves

Our team from Sheffield Robotics, University of Sheffield, led by my colleague Tony Prescott, has received an AHRC grant for our Cyberselves project, to examine the transforming impact of immersive technologies on our societies and cultures.

New project: Cyberselves

Our team from Sheffield Robotics, University of Sheffield, led by my colleague Tony Prescott, has received an AHRC grant for our Cyberselves project, to examine the transforming impact of immersive technologies on our societies and cultures.

Bluedot Festival

I was part of a team from Sheffield Robotics that attended the Bluedot Festival of music and science at Jodrell Bank, UK from 7 – 9 July. MCR Live did some filming, and bits of an interview I did with them

Bluedot Festival

I was part of a team from Sheffield Robotics that attended the Bluedot Festival of music and science at Jodrell Bank, UK from 7 – 9 July. MCR Live did some filming, and bits of an interview I did with them

Connection Science special editions on principles of robotics

My colleague Tony Prescott and I co-edited a two-volumes of Connection Science dedicated to reevaluating the EPSRC’s Principles of Robotics. (Access to all the articles is free for a month.) A press release announcing the publication can be found here.

Connection Science special editions on principles of robotics

My colleague Tony Prescott and I co-edited a two-volumes of Connection Science dedicated to reevaluating the EPSRC’s Principles of Robotics. (Access to all the articles is free for a month.) A press release announcing the publication can be found here.

EPSRC Principles of Robotics: defending an obsolete human(ism)?

My paper has just been published in Connection Science (Vol 29). Access is free for one month. (I also co-wrote the Editorial for the special edition, which is on the ethical principles of robotics)

EPSRC Principles of Robotics: defending an obsolete human(ism)?

My paper has just been published in Connection Science (Vol 29). Access is free for one month. (I also co-wrote the Editorial for the special edition, which is on the ethical principles of robotics)

Can a robot replace Ed Sheeran? BBC Radio 1

On Tuesday, March 21, 2017, some of my colleagues from Sheffield Robotics and I were used as contributors to BBC Radio 1‘s programme ‘Can a robot replace Ed Sheeran?‘.

Can a robot replace Ed Sheeran? BBC Radio 1

On Tuesday, March 21, 2017, some of my colleagues from Sheffield Robotics and I were used as contributors to BBC Radio 1‘s programme ‘Can a robot replace Ed Sheeran?‘.