|Institutions||Sheffield Hallam University
University of Edinburgh
University of Salford
Ruth Aylett (born 1951 London) is Professor of Computer Science at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. She studied economics at the London School of Economics. Subsequently, she worked in computing and robotics at Sheffield Hallam University, the University of Edinburgh and the Centre for Virtual Environments at University of Salford.
She is the author of Robots, a popular science book.
- Aylett, Ruth (2002): Robots: Bringing Intelligent Machines to Life. Barrons Educational Series. ISBN 0-7641-5541-5
- Angélica De Antonio, Ruth Aylett, Daniel Ballin, ed. (2001). Intelligent virtual agents: third international workshop, IVA 2001, Madrid, Spain, September 10–11, 2001 : proceedings. Springer. ISBN 978-3-540-42570-0.
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