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Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

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Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies

35 Harbor Point Blvd # 404

Boston, Massachusetts,02125

United States

Company Description

The IEET was founded in 2004 by philosopher Nick Bostrom and bioethicist James J. Hughes. By promoting and publicizing the work of international thinkers who examine the social implications of scientific and technological progress, we seek to contribute to the... more

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Rene Milan

ieet.org [cached]

IEET > Contributors > Correy Kowall
Correy Kowall Correy Kowall is an experienced researcher in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence, and genetic algorithms. In 2005 he founded the breveCluster Lab at Northern Michigan University. Subsequent research explored the modeling and evolution of self assembling agents on high performance cluster computers. In 2007 he was recognized by NMU's Board of Regents for 'unusual achievements'. After being granted a prestigious fellowship by National Science Foundation he researched mobile robotics and genetic algorithms at the Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Lab at the University of Oklahoma under Dr. Dean Hougen. In 2009 Correy continued his studies exploring both modular reinforcement learning and artificial interest at the Instituto Dalle Molle Svizzera in Lugano, Switzerland under the guidance of Dr. Mark Ring for the EU's Intrinsically Motivated Cumulative Learning Versatile Robotics project. Since 2011 Correy has worked as an independent research scientist developing everything from computer vision implementations for hand-held devices to bio-medical robots. His future plans include development of sustainable practices in building, manufacturing, energy and agriculture using robotics and artificial life.


ieet.org

IEET > Contributors > Correy Kowall
Correy Kowall Correy Kowall is an experienced researcher in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence, and genetic algorithms. In 2005 he founded the breveCluster Lab at Northern Michigan University. Subsequent research explored the modeling and evolution of self assembling agents on high performance cluster computers. In 2007 he was recognized by NMU's Board of Regents for 'unusual achievements'. After being granted a prestigious fellowship by National Science Foundation he researched mobile robotics and genetic algorithms at the Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Lab at the University of Oklahoma under Dr. Dean Hougen. In 2009 Correy continued his studies exploring both modular reinforcement learning and artificial interest at the Instituto Dalle Molle Svizzera in Lugano, Switzerland under the guidance of Dr. Mark Ring for the EU's Intrinsically Motivated Cumulative Learning Versatile Robotics project. Since 2011 Correy has worked as an independent research scientist developing everything from computer vision implementations for hand-held devices to bio-medical robots. His future plans include development of sustainable practices in building, manufacturing, energy and agriculture using robotics and artificial life.


Sebastian A.B.

ieet.org [cached]

IEET > Contributors > Correy Kowall
Correy Kowall Correy Kowall is an experienced researcher in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence, and genetic algorithms. In 2005 he founded the breveCluster Lab at Northern Michigan University. Subsequent research explored the modeling and evolution of self assembling agents on high performance cluster computers. In 2007 he was recognized by NMU's Board of Regents for 'unusual achievements'. After being granted a prestigious fellowship by National Science Foundation he researched mobile robotics and genetic algorithms at the Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Lab at the University of Oklahoma under Dr. Dean Hougen. In 2009 Correy continued his studies exploring both modular reinforcement learning and artificial interest at the Instituto Dalle Molle Svizzera in Lugano, Switzerland under the guidance of Dr. Mark Ring for the EU's Intrinsically Motivated Cumulative Learning Versatile Robotics project. Since 2011 Correy has worked as an independent research scientist developing everything from computer vision implementations for hand-held devices to bio-medical robots. His future plans include development of sustainable practices in building, manufacturing, energy and agriculture using robotics and artificial life.


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