Swarm Escape! at the VIII Jornadas de Teatro Científico Divulgativo
A robot swarm is much more than having many, many robots. In this talk/exhibition, Daniel Carrillo-Zapata will explain how he programs robot swarms to solve collaborative tasks in a self-organised fashion, as it happens in nature (e.g., ants, bees, fish, birds, or even cells). But with what purpose? Dani will also explain how he designed Swarm Escape!, an escape room based on his PhD research to foster the culture of “scientific agitation” as a move beyond science communication. Scientific agitation is a way to empower citizens to develop critical thinking about research, and to have an influence over researchers to carry out responsible research and innovation at the same time. In his case, to find out which applications of swarm robotics citizens would/wouldn’t like to see. Do you fancy playing?
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Contact Name - Daniel Carrillo-Zapata
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