Archaeology, Neuroscience, & Robotics join forces to investigate robots that invent tools
Tool invention is an outstanding technological milestone in human history. If we understand these processes, a similar breakthrough can be envisioned in engineering.
To achieve it, METATOOL will investigate computational models of synthetic awareness based on human metacognition and validate them in robotic experiments.
The MetaTool Project is proudly funded by
the European Innovation Council of the EU
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- Year 3 of the MetaTool project (2024-2025)Polytechnic University of MadridYear 3 of the MetaTool project (2024-2025)Polytechnic University of Madrid, 28040 Madrid, SpainDuring this on-site educative event, participants will get to know more about how human history was affected by our transition from tool-use to tool creation – learning from our past to create the future .
- Year 2 of the MetaTool project (2023-2024)Online EventYear 2 of the MetaTool project (2023-2024)Online EventWhat are the implications of synthetic awareness technologies for society? Is MetaTool effectively creating "conscious robots"? Hosted by Anil Seth (Science, Consciousness), Ricardo Sanz (Engineering, Robotics) and invited panelists.
- Year 2 of the MetaTool project (2023-2024)WebinarYear 2 of the MetaTool project (2023-2024)WebinarThis symposium will target common misconceptions related to over-attributions of tool making and technology to the male domain. Topics: gender data gap, normalizing a male past and present, unworkable theories and solutions, current and future relevance. Hosted by Geeske Langejans (TU Delft).