Faculty of Electrical Engineering at AI 4 ALL presents Robops as an intelligent cleaner and juggling with singing balls

For students

Although the AI Days under the auspices of the non-profit initiative run in four cities for a total of four weeks, one of their Prague culminations will take place on 3 November at the Prague City Library. The day-long program, called AI 4 ALL, will introduce the connection between AI and the real world in the fields of agriculture, art, mobility or religion through short lectures. Participants of all ages will be able to create visual or textual works with expert guidance, relax under the guidance of AI, converse with AI experts, explore autonomous vehicles or interact with voice assistants.

CTU FELU will be represented at several levels during this event. Throughout the day, you will also be able to bump into Spot, a four-legged robopsi, who will show that some robots are already cleaner than many humans... In fact, he will be giving a demo of autonomous garbage collection using his robotic arm and AI. The Department of Cybernetics at the CTU Faculty of Science, specifically the Vision for Robots and Autonomous Systems department, is responsible for training the robops.

In the part of the program called AI 4 TALENTS, Professor Jiří Matas from the Department of Cybernetics will first introduce himself, and at 9:05 he will open the whole program with a lecture "Why should I be interested in artificial intelligence?" The talk will briefly summarize the impact of AI on business today, but will also present the opportunities in the field and the possible evolution of how AI will one day impact our world, including the potential risks.

Vojtěcha Leischner, a PhD student from the Department of Computer Graphics and Interaction, will demonstrate that artificial intelligence can be fun at 9:45. Thanks to his juggling balls with built-in gyroscopes and motion sensors, you can not only see the data, but even hear it: the balls sing or generate techno music when thrown.

And in a moderated panel discussion on AI as a profession from 11:00 a.m., Jindřiška Deckerová, a PhD student from the Department of Computer Science, will talk about what attracted her to AI so much that she decided to pursue it professionally.

In addition to those mentioned above, you can also look forward to a lecture by Professor Daniel Sýkora from the Department of Computer Graphics and Interaction. Find out from 13:30 in the Small Hall of the MKP.

More information and registration forms can be found at Praha: AI 4 All_2 (

Responsible person Ing. Mgr. Radovan Suk