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Friday, May 18 • 12:00 - 13:15
The Robot Wars: Securing Your Drones, Robo-Butlers, and Sexbots from Prying Eyes.

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A roboticist, a hardware hacker, and a data scientist who all have an interest in security and privacy walk on to the stage.... and you get three researchers that are prepared to answer your hard hitting questions about how robots will impact our world and society. In the past these researchers have tackled biases in AI, used humanoid robots to social engineer people, and have hacked their way into many of these systems. Come prepared to get an informed cross-disciplinary discussion on what the state of robotics and AI is, where they are headed, and what the unique aspects of embodied artificial intelligences, ie. robots, are.

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Brittany Postnikoff

Brittany Postnikoff is a graduate student in the Cryptography, Security, and Privacy Lab at the University of Waterloo. She researches the interplay between robots and social engineering to predict and mitigate the negative impact of social robots on security and privacy. | | Br... Read More →


Friday May 18, 2018 12:00 - 13:15
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