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Spoken Language Interaction with Robots: Research Issues and Recommendations, Report from the NSF Future Directions Workshop

@article{Marge2020SpokenLI,
  title={Spoken Language Interaction with Robots: Research Issues and Recommendations, Report from the NSF Future Directions Workshop},
  author={Matthew Marge and C. Espy-Wilson and Nigel G. Ward},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2011.05533}
}
  • Matthew Marge, C. Espy-Wilson, Nigel G. Ward
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • With robotics rapidly advancing, more effective human-robot interaction is increasingly needed to realize the full potential of robots for society. While spoken language must be part of the solution, our ability to provide spoken language interaction capabilities is still very limited. The National Science Foundation accordingly convened a workshop, bringing together speech, language, and robotics researchers to discuss what needs to be done. The result is this report, in which we identify key… CONTINUE READING

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