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Cognitive Robotics Group


The Cognitive Robotics Group (CRG) investigates problems in perception, inference, learning, and interaction with the goal to endow autonomous systems with intelligence to explore, adapt, and collaborate with people in open-ended environments.

Our work uses hybrid knowledge representation and reasoning methods with the aim to assure and explain autonomous behaviour as well as to build trust in end-users across different domains including assistive robotics, autonomous driving, and space exploration.

JLR vehicle driving through water.
Duke Of Cambridge and Lars Kunze looking at the HSR Robot at Keble College.
Close up image of the space rover robot wheels

RT @AAIP_York: Our AMLAS guidance is valued for its structure & rigorous technical content. Collaborator & #AssuringAutonomy Fellow @kula78

RT @dynamicrobots: We (@oxfordrobots) are looking to hire a Robotics Software Engineer to join our engineering team. Our s/w engineers supp…

RT @kula78: Had a fantastic visit to the @UoYISA discussing issues around #AssuringAutonomy and #AMLAS with researchers from #tas_rails, @t

Efimia talking about her research on graph-based models for autonomous driving. Thanks to @aims_oxford and @WASP_Research for this fabulous event bringing #robotics and #AI researchers from Oxford (@oxfordrobotics & beyond) and Swedish universities together!