Cologne, September 12, 2017 – Online Challenge: 20 K prize money for a robot head and its interaction design.
In cooperation with hack.institute Cologne, Honda Research Institute Europe is looking for an innovative design for a head and face of its multi-entity research platform consisting of a mobile assistant robot, a table-top robot and a virtual avatar.
Further information of the Honda Design Challenge: www.face-the-robot.com
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On 15 September 2017 Prof. Dr. Günther Raidl from the TU Vienna will visit our institute and present his research on ‘Hybrid Metaheuristics for Optimization Problems in Public Bike Sharing Systems.’
Dr. Heiko Wersing, Chief Scientist at the Honda Research Institute Europe, has been conferred the position of Professor at the Faculty of Technology of Bielefeld University (Honorarprofessur).
This article has been accepted for publication in the 2017 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Workshops.
TOKYO, Japan, May 16, 2017 – Honda Research Institute (HRI), a Honda R&D subsidiary, and Boston University have agreed to begin joint research in the area of data security and privacy for artificial intelligence (AI) research.
TOKYO, Japan, April 27, 2017 – Honda Research Institute Japan Co., Ltd. (HRI-JP), a Honda R&D subsidiary, has established a project team with the Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University and began joint research this month to further accelerate research of artificial intelligence (AI).
TOKYO, Japan, February 28, 2017 – Honda R&D Co., Ltd., the R&D subsidiary of Honda Motor Co., Ltd., today announced plans to create “R&D Center X,” a new research and
development operation within the company, which will assume responsibility for “new value” areas that include robotics technology, mobility system and energy management, etc. The official establishment of R&D Center X will take place in April of this year.
TOKYO, Japan, June 2, 2016 – Honda R&D Co., Ltd., a research and development subsidiary of Honda, today announced plans to further strengthen its research and development of intelligent technologies and, toward that objective, will establish Honda R&D Innovation Lab Tokyo by around September this year in Akasaka, Tokyo, a new operation which will serve as a venue for “co-creation” – where Honda will seek to collaborate with external experts and other research institutes.