Innovation

Social Robotics - Human computer interactions - Accessibility

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."

Arthur C. Clarke

About me

Hello, I am a Ph.D. student in Computer Science and Engineering, University of Lisbon, and researcher in GAIPS – Research Group on AI for People and the Society, and Visualization and Intelligent Multimodal Interfaces Group at INESC-ID. With a focus on social agents for inclusion in schools.

My research focus on novel experiences between mixed-visual ability children, exploring group engagement within Human Robots Interactions, improving accessibility, and valuing individual abilities to create inclusive experiences.

With 20 + years of experience in senior leadership, design, business, people, and change in the IT and Telecommunications Industry, embraced several technical and management areas in Digital, Customer Operations, and IT. Collaborated with many talented people having a long experience in a customer-centric approach, leading design thinking methods and agile teams to build and develop personalized and ethical experiences in digital channels & assisted channels

I aim to use artificial intelligence, design thinking, and service design to shape great experiences, products & services.

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Isabel Neto

I am curious, creative, energetic and reliable.

" We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done "

Alan Turing

Research

01 01
Inclusion in
education

Fostering social engagement and participation for all children.

02 02
Creative and collaborative
activities

Valuing the differences, openness to fail, co-creation, and joint knowledge production

03 03
Robots and
multimodal interfaces.

Augmenting classrooms with technologies that account students mixed visual abilities.

04 04
User-centred
approach

Involving stakeholders in a iterative process of ideation, prototyping and test.

" The secret of getting ahead is getting started "

Mark Twain

Publications

Using tabletop robots to promote inclusive classroom experiences

Neto, Isabel and Johal, Wafa and Couto, Marta and Nicolau, Hugo and Paiva, Ana and Guneysu, Arzu

(video)

" Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change. "

Stephen Hawking

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