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Journal articleKlingspor V, Demiris Y, Kaiser M, 1997,
Human Robot Communication and Machine Learning, Applied Artificial Intelligence, Vol: 11, Pages: 719-746
Human-Robot Interaction and especially Human-Robot Communication (HRC) is of primary importance for the development of robots that operate outside production lines and cooperate with humans. In this paper, we review the state of the art and discuss two complementary aspects of the role machine learning plays in HRC. First, we show how communication itself can benefit from learning, e.g. by building human-understandable symbols from a robot’s perceptions and actions. Second, we investigate the power of non-verbal communication and imitation learning mechanisms for robot programming.
Conference paperDEMIRIS J, 1994,
EXPERIMENTS TOWARDS ROBOTIC LEARNING BY IMITATION, 12th National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Publisher: M I T PRESS, Pages: 1439-1439
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