With thanks to the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, aKin will develop a platform to combine robot brain, sensors and hardware.
What would we gain from a robot that has all the perceptual capabilities and dexterity of a human as well as a mind that can make use of those capabilities? Read more.
Winner of the Outstanding Student Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation.
Chief Research Officer, Alexander Hadjiivanov's paper on evolutionary computation bested hundreds to win the Outstanding Student Paper Award at the 2019 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation.
The Australian Space Agency has awarded aKin a grant to build helper and inspector robots, and an AI habitat manager.
Joint paper by Alexander Hadjiivanov and Alan Blair. Introduction of a speciation principle for neuroevolution where evolving networks are grouped into species based on the number of hidden neurons, which is indicative of the complexity of the search space.