2017. Human-Robot Interaction with DAC-H3 Cognitive Architecture
The robot is self-regulating two drives for knowledge acquisition and expression. Acquired information is about labeling the perceived objects, agents and body parts, as well as associating body part touch and motor information. In addition, a number of goal-oriented behaviors are executed through human requests: passing objects, showing the learned kinematic structure, recognizing actions, pointing to the human body parts. A complex narrative dialog about the robot’s past experiences is also demonstrated at the end of the video.
WYSIWYD project. Year 3 demo 2017