We normally think of computers as being rational and precise; why are you interested in computing with emotions? What are the next big challenges in computing with emotions? What makes a successful scientist? If you could meet one scientist from the past, who would it be and why? How did you become interested in science? Full Interview
Peter Robinson is Professor of Computer Technology in the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, where he works on problems at the boundary between people and computers, investigating new technologies to enhance communication between computers and their users, and new applications to exploit these technologies. He serves as one of the lay leaders at the church of St Andrew the Great in Cambridge.