Romeo2 Project: Humanoid Robot Assistant and Companion for Everyday Life: I. Situation Assessment for Social Intelligence

Abstract : For a socially intelligent robot, different levels of situation as-sessment are required, ranging from basic processing of sensor input to high-level analysis of semantics and intention. However, the attempt to combine them all prompts new research challenges and the need of a co-herent framework and architecture. This paper presents the situation assessment aspect of Romeo2, a unique project aiming to bring multi-modal and multi-layered perception on a single system and targeting for a unified theoretical and functional frame-work for a robot companion for everyday life. It also discusses some of the innovation potentials, which the combination of these various perception abilities adds into the robot's socio-cognitive capabilities.
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Amit Kumar Pandey, Rodolphe Gelin, Rachid Alami, Renaud Viry, Axel Buendia, et al.. Romeo2 Project: Humanoid Robot Assistant and Companion for Everyday Life: I. Situation Assessment for Social Intelligence. International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Cognition, 2nd Edition, Nov 2014, Torino, Italy. pp.140-147. ⟨hal-01096094⟩

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