Monday, October 26, 2020

Mark Lee

Mark Lee holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Psychology and he has worked in AI, robotics and CS for 40 years. I am a fellow of the IET and of the Learned Society of Wales. His research explores how robots might learn about the world in the same way that infants build up their understanding in the first few years.
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Mark Lee holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Psychology and he has worked in AI, robotics and CS for 40 years. I am a fellow of the IET and of the Learned Society of Wales. His research explores how robots might learn about the world in the same way that infants build up their understanding in the first few years.

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