The human-robot interaction operating system

  title={The human-robot interaction operating system},
  author={Terrence Fong and Clayton Kunz and Laura M. Hiatt and Magdalena D. Bugajska},
In order for humans and robots to work effectively together, they need to be able to converse about abilities, goals and achievements. Thus, we are developing an interaction infrastructure called the ``Human-Robot Interaction Operating System'' (HRI/OS). The HRI/OS provides a structured software framework for building human-robot teams, supports a variety of user interfaces, enables humans and robots to engage in task-oriented dialogue, and facilitates integration of robots through an… CONTINUE READING
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