RobotsFor . Me and Robots For You

@inproceedings{Toris2013RobotsForM,
  title={RobotsFor . Me and Robots For You},
  author={Russell Toris},
  year={2013}
}
Copyright is held by the author/owner(s). Abstract Interactive Machine Learning (IML) and Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) are rapidly expanding fields that focuses on allowing non-expert users to naturally and effectively interact and teach robots. The importance of conducting extensive user studies has become a fundamental component of this work; however, due to the nature of robotics research, such studies often become expensive, time consuming, and limited to constrained demographics. In this… CONTINUE READING