Presentation on theme: "B1: Technical Merit List short term research directions and areas –Mobility assistant, builds model of environment, peer-to-peer interaction with human."— Presentation transcript:
B1: Technical Merit List short term research directions and areas –Mobility assistant, builds model of environment, peer-to-peer interaction with human driver in campus scale environment –More augmented sensory and motor capabilities –Systems that act ethically from domain knowledge in constrained environments –Sensors/controls to understand coupled human-robot dynamics –Human-robot interfaces that mirror human-human interfaces –Task that involves integration of sociability, dexterity, mobility. –Robots that train social skills to autistic children –Heterogeneous robots that learn an unknown task from human or robot demonstration; –Robots for socially assistive interaction in the context of health and education, post-stroke rehabilitation, ADHD, autism therapy
B1: Technical Merit List long term research directions & areas –Larger environments –Principles of ethical robots for general environments –Adaptive systems to handle ambiguity in human-task task allocation –Natural human-robot interfaces that do not involve devices –One human to a robot team, public unstructured environment, assembly task –Machines that understand BDI –Lifelong robot learning from multiple demonstrators –Personalize in-home robotics from companionship to special needs
B1: Technical Merit Listed research directions and areas: summarized into 3 categories –User enhancement/augmentation (mobility, sensory, dexterity, exoskeleton) –Robots as capable partners/collaborators/peers –Robot as a teacher Identified trends from short term to long term –Near term: More structured settings, private spaces, a constrained set of tasks, short term use, one person to one robot –Long term: Moving towards unstructured settings, public spaces, long term use, learning and adaptability, one person to many robots
B1: Technical Merit Roadmap: –Get funding –Normalized evauation, community building/galvanization, “What is the Robocup for HRI (or robot learning)?” Metrics A Robot Turing test Goal: is the robot actually used? Can a human-robot team outperform a human alone? –Guide for HRI for different tasks and applications
B1: Broader Impact Application areas touch a broad range of people –People with disabilities –Children with autism and ADHD –Older adults –Stroke patients Potential for significant economic benefits
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