George A. Bekey

Robotics expert specializing in both current developments in mobile, intelligent robots and the future of robotics

USC University Professor
Professor emeritus of computer science, electrical engineering and biomedical engineering, USC Viterbi School of Engineering
Member, USC Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems; USC Center for Neural Engineering; and USC Program in Neural, Informational and Behavioral Sciences

Expertise

  • robots that walk, swim and fly
  • robotics and intelligent machines
  • robots, work and society
  • robot colonies
  • applications of robotics to rehabilitation
  • issues like “Will future robots be dangerous?” and “Will they always obey us?”

Additional Information

  • Author of Autonomous Robots: from Biological Inspiration to Implementation and Control (expected in April 2005)

Languages

  • Spanish

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