This paper introduces the project Social Assistive Robotics for Autistic Children aimed at using robotic therapy for autism. The goal of the project is testing autistic children’s interactions with the social robot NAO. In particular the robot will support the operators (psychologists, educators, speech therapists etc.) in their work. The innovative aspect of the project is that the children-robot interaction will consider the children’s emotions and specific features and the robot will adapt its behavior accordingly

Social Assistive Robotics for Autistic Children

Cristina Gena;Claudio Mattutino;Stefania Brighenti;
2020

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This paper introduces the project Social Assistive Robotics for Autistic Children aimed at using robotic therapy for autism. The goal of the project is testing autistic children’s interactions with the social robot NAO. In particular the robot will support the operators (psychologists, educators, speech therapists etc.) in their work. The innovative aspect of the project is that the children-robot interaction will consider the children’s emotions and specific features and the robot will adapt its behavior accordingly
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
7
10
http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2724/paper2.pdf
Socially Assistive Robotics, Human-Robot Interaction, Emotion recognition, Robotics for autism, Adaptive Robot
Cristina Gena, Claudio Mattutino, Stefania Brighenti, Matteo Nazzario, Federico Buratto, Fernando Vito Falcone
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