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Jessica Boston, Cognitive Hypnotherapist & Confidence Coach
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Location: Canada

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I have been a researcher in robotics and intelligent machines for over 25 years. I can speak passionately about the prospects for robotics, intelligent systems and machine learning, how they will make our world safer and healthier if deployed appropriately, and the societal risks that are also implied. I also speak about about the underlying science and technology. I personally work on autonomous robotics that walk, roll, swim, float and fly.  I am Scientific Director of the NSERC Canadian Field Robotics Network.  I have spoken to small and large audiences and classes, amd appeared in radio, television and in print media numerous times and am co-author on over 250 refereed publications.
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Robotic System Design for Automated Marine Data Collection. Kyoto University, Japan. 2016.

Knowing yourself and your master: using learning-based skill refinement on a portable amphibious robot. Wood’s Hole Oceanographic Institute. 2017.

Invited keynote speaker, Robotics and machine vision for outdoors,
Callaghan Innovation (Government of New Zealand), Auckland, New Zealand, November 2015.

Colloquium speaker, Vision-Based Robotics in Outdoor Environments,
Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, November 2015.

Keynote speaker, Emerging Challenges in Field Robotics,
Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (held in conjunction with the conferences AI 2015 and Graphics Interface 2015), Halifax, NS, 2015.

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  1. The future of robotics for science and society.
  2. Machines that can autonomously explore and discover novelty.
  3. Self-driving vehicles.
  4. Machines that learn.
  5. Vision-Based Robotics in Outdoor Environment
  6. Multi-Target Search Strategies

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