Making the digital experience more human
It is important for advances in technology to support human activities and interactions in the areas of healthcare, mobility and infrastructure systems. For instance, making healthcare more human requires digital interfaces to allow for more human interactions with the system. This is the goal of human-centric systems in which the human is both an element of the control system and a design criterion. The EU-funded CO-MAN project will develop a framework for user-adaptive data-driven control with performance guarantees. The biggest challenge will be to merge probabilistic non-parametric modelling techniques from statistical learning theory with novel risk-aware control methodologies while including active user modelling. The game changer is the current push towards reliable machine learning with novel results on theoretical bounds for learning behaviour.
Fields of science
- engineering and technologyelectrical engineering, electronic engineering, information engineeringelectronic engineeringcontrol systems
- natural sciencesbiological sciencesbiological behavioural sciencesethologybiological interactions
- natural sciencescomputer and information sciencesartificial intelligencemachine learning
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