Procedencia: Facultad de Ing, UASLP


If one day we expect to have robots working cooperatively with us and with other robots, in different environments (such as our homes, offices, industries, etc.), then robots must be able to handle the inherent uncertainty existing in our world correctly. In the past years there has been good advances in terms of algorithms and techniques that handle part of that uncertainty. In this talk I will explain why uncertainty could be the most important challenge faced by robotics and how it is possible to handle it. I will also present some of the projects in which we are currently working and how they can benefit our society.