Argumentation-Based Dialogue Games for Shared Control in Human-Robot Systems

  title={Argumentation-Based Dialogue Games for Shared Control in Human-Robot Systems},
  author={Elizabeth Sklar},
Dialogue can support exchange of ideas and discussion of options as a means to enable shared decision making for human-robot collaboration. However, dialogue that supports dynamic, evidencebacked exchange of ideas is a major challenge for today’s human-robot systems. The work presented here investigates the application of argumentation-based dialogue games as the means to facilitate flexible interaction, including unscripted changes in initiative. Two main contributions are provided in this… CONTINUE READING


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