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Robot-directed communication is variable, and may change based on human perception of robot capabilities. To collect training data for a dialogue system and to investigate possible communication changes over time, we developed a Wizard-of-Oz study that (a) simulates a robot’s limited understanding, and (b) collects dialogues where human participants build a… (More)
Our research aims to develop a natural dialogue interface between robots and humans. We describe two focused efforts to increase data collection efficiency towards this end: creation of an annotated corpus of interaction data, and a robot simulation, allowing greater flexibility in when and where we can run experiments.
We describe the adaptation and refinement of a graphical user interface designed to facilitate a Wizard-of-Oz (WoZ) approach to collecting human-robot dialogue data. The data collected will be used to develop a dialogue system for robot navigation. Building on an interface previously used in the development of dialogue systems for virtual agents and video… (More)