| Katie Driggs-Campbell, PhD|
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
Coordinated Science Laboratory
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
My research focuses on developing tools for autonomous robotics that operate out in the real world with people. I draw from the fields of human-robot interaction, optimization, learning & AI, and control theory, primarily working on autonomous vehicles applications.
- Featured on the Robohub Podcast!
- Attended Rising Stars in EECS 2017 Workshop!
- What are the main practical safety issues wtih AI?
- How can intelligent systems impact business and HR?
- This week in machine learning interview chatting about autonomous vehicles that interact with people
- Workshop on how to create smarter, safer, and more efficient transport.
- $4.6 Million Grant to Improve Human Control of Automated Cars and Drones
- Autonomous cars are learning our unpredictable driving habits
- Can Drivers Assist Their Own Driver Assistance Systems?
- Planting the Seed: Encouraging Interest in Computer Science
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