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23/06/2017 6:25pm
It’s not just self-driving cars; trains could soon be autonomous too! @ajfk2022 via @Robohub [LINK]
21/06/2017 6:57pm
Amazing and a bit creepy: four-amed Marimba #robot uses #DeepLearning to compose its own music [LINK]
20/06/2017 8:12pm
RT @IETCommunities: @BristolRobotLab Prof Chris Melhuish will be speaking at International #Robotics Showcase 30 June #UKRW17 [LINK]
15/06/2017 7:10pm
Very excited that our paper about a new modeling languge for #swarm #robotics just got accepted to #IROS2017! More info to follow soon!
09/06/2017 8:08pm
Looking at new trends in Distributed #Robotics Systems and Society @edcafenet via @Robohub [LINK]

[Blog]

How to compile code for e-puck robots on your computer

Added on 31/03/2017 :: 2 comments

Compiling code natively on e-puck robots or cross-compiling on your computer can be very tedious. Luckily, there is a third option: compiling code on a virtualised robot system on your computer, then sending the program onto the robot.

Coding for tomorrow: Why is good code important?

Added on 27/01/2017

"Why should I care about how my code is written, as long as it works?" I will argue here that well-structured and well-written code not only saves time on a project, it also helps you to invest your time in a way that is meaningful for your future work.

How Coding in Python Might Be Bad For You

Added on 10/04/2016 :: 3 comments

7 reasons why coding in Python is like writing a really bad essay and getting away with it

Book Review: Waking, Dreaming, Being

Added on 02/04/2016

What is the self? Is it the basic nature of the mind or is it something perceived by the mind? I'd really recommend the book to anyone interested in these questions, either from a scientific or a philosophical perspective.

Are Robot Swarms Like Brains?

Added on 19/02/2016

I have recently explored a way of measuring how information flows within a robot swarm. I think that there is something intriguing behind this idea - a swarm's resemblance to the human brain.

How I Upgraded My Skateboard to Cyberpunk

Added on 25/10/2015

Yes, I’ve been learning skateboarding. Since I think LEDs are cool on everything, I thought why not put my electronics skills to use and make under-body lighting for my skateboard?

Lots of Robots at IROS in Germany

Added on 05/10/2015

I have just returned from the IROS conference that took place in Hamburg, Germany. The conference name stands for Intelligent Robots and Systems and it was a huge event full of talks and exhibitions about robotics. While the atmosphere was very professional, the spirit of Oktoberfest, a traditional German celebration of beer and German culture that happens between September and October, managed to blend in very well.

Have I Met an Android?

Added on 17/09/2015

I was browsing game discussion forums on Steam and came across a post that did not make much sense. Have I talked to an AI?

Top 5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started a PhD

Added on 06/05/2015

In a short moment self-reflection, I made a list of the five most important things that doing research with a lot of data has taught me. And I learned the hard way - wasting a lot of time and energy re-doing things instead of being smart about it at the beginning. Note to self: I should read this once a year or so.

The Hive Mind in Southampton

Added on 16/03/2015

I had the privilege to present The Hive Mind, my new sci-fi puzzle game about insect-inspired construction with robots, at the University of Southampton Science and Engineering day last weekend. A lot of people came to play it and it was great to watch how they interacted with it - kids were often better at the game than their parents!

[Blog]

How to compile code for e-puck robots on your computer

Compiling code natively on e-puck robots or cross-compiling on your computer can be very tedious. Luckily, there is a third option:...

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Coding for tomorrow: Why is good code important?

"Why should I care about how my code is written, as long as it works?" I will argue here that well-structured and well-written code not...

[read full]

How Coding in Python Might Be Bad For You

7 reasons why coding in Python is like writing a really bad essay and getting away with it

[read full]

Book Review: Waking, Dreaming, Being

What is the self? Is it the basic nature of the mind or is it something perceived by the mind? I'd really recommend the book to anyone...

[read full]