Human Robot Interaction (HRI) is a field of study dedicated to understanding, designing, and evaluating robotic systems for use by, or with, humans. In HRI there is a consensus about the design and implementation of robotic systems that should be able to adapt their behaviour on the basis of user actions and behaviour. The robot should adapt to emotions, personalities, and it should also have memory of past interactions with the user in order to become believable. This is of particular importance in the field of social robotics and social HRI. The aim of this Workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners who are working on various aspects of social robotics and adaptive interaction.

Workshop on adapted interaction with social robots (cAESAR)

De Carolis B.;
2020-01-01

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Human Robot Interaction (HRI) is a field of study dedicated to understanding, designing, and evaluating robotic systems for use by, or with, humans. In HRI there is a consensus about the design and implementation of robotic systems that should be able to adapt their behaviour on the basis of user actions and behaviour. The robot should adapt to emotions, personalities, and it should also have memory of past interactions with the user in order to become believable. This is of particular importance in the field of social robotics and social HRI. The aim of this Workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners who are working on various aspects of social robotics and adaptive interaction.
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