Papers on grounding and uncertainty for robots presented at HRI conference and HRI Intentions workshop

Robots face a lot of uncertainty about what users want them to do from their speech, and they also face difficulty in knowing when they’ve made their own goals common knowledge with the user. We recently presented a model as to how to best make a robot’s goal, and uncertainty about the user’s goal, common knowledge with the user at the  2017 Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI2017) main conference:

Julian Hough and David Schlangen. It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It: Grounding Uncertainty for a Simple Robot

and in the HRI workshop on intentions:

Julian Hough and David Schlangen. A Model of Continuous Intention Grounding for HRI.

Any comments on this are welcome.

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