Infant-like Social Interactions between a Robot and a Human Caregiver

@article{Breazeal2000InfantlikeSI,
  title={Infant-like Social Interactions between a Robot and a Human Caregiver},
  author={Cynthia Breazeal and Brian Scassellati},
  journal={Adaptive Behaviour},
  year={2000},
  volume={8},
  pages={49-74}
}
From birth, human infants are immersed in a social environment that allows them to learn by leveraging the skills and capabilities of their caregivers. A critical pre-cursor to this type of social learning is the ability to maintain interaction levels that are neither overwhelming nor under-stimulating. In this paper, we present a mechanism for an autonomous robot to regulate the intensity of its social interactions with a human. Similar to the feedback from infant to caregiver, the robot uses… CONTINUE READING
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