Workshop on Developmental Social Robotics (DevSoR), IROS 2013
7 nov. 2013
Tokyo Big Sight, Japan - Tokyo (Japon)
For robots to coexist with us in complete harmony, they should be able to explicitly reason about the human and develop socially expected and accepted behaviors. This requires the robot to understand the awareness and capabilities of the human. To develop such capabilities, from child developmental and human behavioral research, we can identify the key ingredients such as reasoning about affordance, perspective, spaces, effort, social signal. Researchers across the world are working to equip the robots with one or the other of these aspects, from diverse perspectives. However, what would really elevate the robot's socio-cognitive capabilities is the combination of such abilities. This workshop aims to bring together the researchers across these diverse domains, and to provide a channel to influx into robotics their ingredients from human behavioral psychology.
Discipline scientifique : Robotique
Lieu de la conférence