Giving robots some feelings towards interaction with humans in ubiquitous environment

Janaka Chaminda Balasuriya, Keigo Watanabe, Achala Pallegedara

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Abstract

There were many successful milestones that researchers had passed achieving 'humanoid robots', that are little closer to humans but not at whole. Although, the expectation level of the intelligence of these new systems is still unknown, it can be fairly assumed that reaching a goal at least up to an intelligence level of a human baby, may be a big success. In order to be more close to the human, it is necessary to analyze the behavioral patterns of humans in order to apply them for the AI machines. Humans being emotional creatures have feelings on their own as well as many towards the others. These emotions get into effect in all the dealings they performed. Some of the topics that this research project discusses are, is there anything these feelings can do to improve robots, will there be any change to robot by having them, etc. In this research work authors are analyzing some 'face emotions' based on 'personal space' to enhance the human-robot interactions in ubiquitous environments.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Conference Proceedings
Pages529-534
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 2007
Externally publishedYes
EventICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007 - Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
Duration: Aug 9 2007Aug 11 2007

Publication series

NameICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007, Conference Proceedings

Other

OtherICIIS 2007 - 2nd International Conference on Industrial and Information Systems 2007
CountrySri Lanka
CityPeradeniya
Period8/9/078/11/07

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Information Systems
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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