I am an ethical hacker with more than a decade of experience in banking and insurance industries, providing expertise in network and web application penetration testing, as well as training technical employees and C-level managers regarding IT security concepts. Currently, I am pursuing my PhD degree at Charles University in Prague regarding the implementation of companion robots for senior people and working at Czech Technical University as a researcher on a H2020 CSI-COP project. Additionally, I am a also a guest lecturer at University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Austria.
Title: Futuristic Implications of Social Robotics in Longevity: Moving Towards Open Science 2.0
In today's world, gradually shifting towards to scheme of 'Science 2.0' globally, the challenges regarding the implementation of a new technologies embedded into the open science principles remain challenging with respect to the adaptation of the individuals' lives. With modern science tools, advancing through the robotics era, change is inevitable. Hence, the clear distinction between open science is yet to be transparent, collaborative and transformative, while maintaining the very nature of the interdisciplinary and participatory scientific methods for developing cutting edge technologies - robust and accessible to everyone. In this talk, I will be discussing the futuristic challenges of upcoming scientific advances through the newly used of adaptive technologies, the robotic systems specifically, and their capabilities and functionalities that could aid people's wishes and necessities.
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- Deniz Özdemir (Charles University) | 'Futuristic Implications of Social Robotics in Longevity: Moving Towards Open Science 2.0'
- Linda Andersson (Artificial Researcher-IT GmbH) | 'Open Data: An Important Source for Intellectual Property Awareness'