Research Assistant, Personal Robots Group
Isabella Pu investigates how humans can work collaboratively with robots and AI to develop novel experiences that spark creativity and curiosity. Specifically, she focuses on harnessing the joyful power of these technologies to encourage creative learning, empower the next generation with technological skills, and explore human-technology artistic co-creation. Previously she worked on animations to teach non-expert audiences about generative AI, programmed a team of robots to form a generative percussion quartet, developed programmatic art that shapeshifts depending on musical changes, and worked on games to teach about sustainability. She received my B.S.E. in Computer Science from Princeton University in 2023 along with a certificate in Robotics and Intelligent Systems.