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CS 333: Algorithms for Interactive Robotics

Once confined to the manufacturing floor, robots are quickly entering the public space at multiple levels: drones, surgical robots, service robots, and self-driving cars are becoming tangible technologies impacting the human experience. Our goal in this class is to learn about and design algorithms that enable robots to reason about their actions, interact with one another, the humans, and the environment they live in, as well as plan safe strategies that humans can trust and rely on. This is a project-based graduate course that covers a broad set of algorithms in robotics, machine learning, and control theory for the goal of developing interactive human-robot systems. Recommended: Introductory course in AI, machine learning, and robotics.
| Units: 3-4
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