CNR 2016: Lectures
CNR 2016: Blanka Maderova (CZE): Musical Performance, Grain of the Voice and Composition: New Realms for Artificial Intelligence?
CNR 2016: Cody Poulton (CAN): Spectral Presences of Media and Machinery in Contemporary Japanese Performance
CNR 2016: Edward Scheer (AUS): The Robots are Coming but don't worry they can't act
CNR 2016: Elizabeth Jochum (USA): Deus Ex Machina: Robots and Puppets in the 21st Century
CNR 2016: Fabrice Noreils (FRA): A TATLETALE BOT or how to create a robot such that the audience is able to form emotional bond with?
CNR 2016: Friedrich Kirschner (GER): Robots as subjects vs. Robots as Symbols. Tales from the trenches of using robots as puppets in theatre performances
CNR 2016: Manfred Hild (GER): Design Principles of the Humanoid Robot Myon: Why was it built that way?
CNR 2016: Michael Valeur (DNK): The Anatomy of the Robot
CNR 2016: Petr Skála (CZE): The Astronomical Clock in Prague
CNR 2016: Phil Ayres (DNK/GBR): Robotics in Architecture - paradigms and perspectives
CNR 2016: Philip Hilm (DNK): The existential risk from artificial intelligence
CNR 2016: Rena Milgrom (CZE): Rudolf Laban and his movement analysis
CNR 2016: Suguru Goto (JPN): My robot works for music and performance
CNR 2016: Sven Stumm (GER): Towards synthesis of human and robotic work through haptic programming and interactive learning
CNR 2016: Vaclav Janoscik (CZE): The Robot Within
[image source: Vive Les Robots!]
[source: Vive Les Robots!]
The Danish "robot" marketing and event
firm Vive Les Robots! was the main organizer of Cafe Neu
The Gallery of the National Technical Library in Prague, Galerie NTK, was the co-organizer of Cafe Neu Romance.
The Institute of Intermedia (IIM) at the Czech Technical University, was a special partner of Cafe Neu Romance.