A social robot is an autonomous robot that interact with people by engaging in social-emotive behaviors, skills, capacities, and rules attached to its collaborative role. In order to achieve these goals we believe that modeling the interaction with the user and adapt the robot behavior to the user herself are fundamental for its social role. This paper presents our first attempt to integrate user modeling features in social and affective robots. We propose a cloud-based architecture for modeling the user-robot interaction in order to re-use the approach with different kind of social robots.

Cloud-based user modeling for social robots: a first attempt

Cristina Gena
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Claudio Mattutino;Marco Botta;Francesco Di Sario;Giuseppe Ignone;Federica Cena
2020

Abstract

A social robot is an autonomous robot that interact with people by engaging in social-emotive behaviors, skills, capacities, and rules attached to its collaborative role. In order to achieve these goals we believe that modeling the interaction with the user and adapt the robot behavior to the user herself are fundamental for its social role. This paper presents our first attempt to integrate user modeling features in social and affective robots. We propose a cloud-based architecture for modeling the user-robot interaction in order to re-use the approach with different kind of social robots.
Workshop on Adapted intEraction with SociAl Robots (cAESAR'20)
Cagliari
2020
cAESAR 2020 - Proceedings of the Workshop on Adapted intEraction with SociAl Robots
CEUR
2724
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http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2724/paper1.pdf
Human Robot Interaction, User modeling, Affective Interaction
Cristina Gena, Claudio Mattutino, Marco Botta, Daniele Camilleri, Francesco Di Sario, Giuseppe Ignone, Federica Cena
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