Toward Dialogue and Reasoning Mechanisms to Enable More Natural and Socially-Appropriate Task-Based Human-Robot Interactions

Briggs, Gordon.


  • Abstract: When humans communicate with one another they utilize a variety of subtle linguistic cues that robots need to understand and reciprocate in order to achieve more natural and effective collaborative interactions with humans. We begin by presenting a simple human-robot interaction scenario and show that appropriate behavior by the robot requires the ability to explicitly reason about ... read more
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