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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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Living Machines Handbook

So proud to have worked on this tome, Living machines: A handbook of research in biomimetics and biohybrid systems, with so many great minds and brilliant scholars. I edited one section, on ‘Perspectives’ (looking mostly at social and cultural impacts

Living Machines Handbook

So proud to have worked on this tome, Living machines: A handbook of research in biomimetics and biohybrid systems, with so many great minds and brilliant scholars. I edited one section, on ‘Perspectives’ (looking mostly at social and cultural impacts

AI & Creativity on Free Thinking for BBCR3

I was fortunate enough to join a panel for BBC Radio 3‘s programme Free Thinking on AI & Creativity with Joy Buolamwini, founder of the Algorithmic Justice League, Anders Sandberg from the Future of the Human Institute at Oxford, artist

AI & Creativity on Free Thinking for BBCR3

I was fortunate enough to join a panel for BBC Radio 3‘s programme Free Thinking on AI & Creativity with Joy Buolamwini, founder of the Algorithmic Justice League, Anders Sandberg from the Future of the Human Institute at Oxford, artist

Education 4.0

In a recent video on Education 4.0, produced by Jisc, I give some thoughts on what the future of learning might look like. (My daughter also makes a couple of appearances, as do our robots.)  

Education 4.0

In a recent video on Education 4.0, produced by Jisc, I give some thoughts on what the future of learning might look like. (My daughter also makes a couple of appearances, as do our robots.)  

BBC Sunday Morning Live

My colleague Tony Prescott appeared on BBC’s Sunday morning Live this past Sunday (8 July), and we brought Pepper down to interact with the hosts, Sean Fletcher and Cherry Healey. (That’s me wrangling the robot, or trying to.) Our robot

BBC Sunday Morning Live

My colleague Tony Prescott appeared on BBC’s Sunday morning Live this past Sunday (8 July), and we brought Pepper down to interact with the hosts, Sean Fletcher and Cherry Healey. (That’s me wrangling the robot, or trying to.) Our robot

Sicilian News

Not an interview, but a nice picture of me joining a lecture given by Prof Michele Migliore when I joined them in Palermo back in February for Esperienza inSegna 2018 to talk about Miro. (No, I didn’t talk to the

Sicilian News

Not an interview, but a nice picture of me joining a lecture given by Prof Michele Migliore when I joined them in Palermo back in February for Esperienza inSegna 2018 to talk about Miro. (No, I didn’t talk to the

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…)