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Human-Robot Interaction Dr. Vladimir Lumelsky National Science Foundation. Tele-operation is an important area of human-robot interaction. But, human spatial reasoning skills are rather limited. Intelligence is need on the robot side.

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Tele-operation is an important area of human-robot interaction

  • But, human spatial reasoning skills are rather limited.
  • Intelligence is need on the robot side
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Here, human spatial reasoningis acceptable for controlling a small vehicle, with a bird’s view of the maze

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2d manipulator
2D manipulator

...Virtual

...Physical

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More complex machines make

motion planning only harder

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Needs and Questions

  • Robotics community needs appreciation of the human side: psychology, cognition, fatigue, acceptance, rejection, role of sophistication, learning, logic, spatial reasoning.
  • Studies are needed of limits of human cognition skills when manipulating physical objects: spatial, logical, temporal.
  • We need to define and start cognitive science research necessary for development of human-machine systems.
  • Example. We want to put a robot in an elderly person's apartment: What responsibilities/skills are expected from the person, and which must be given to the robot?