- Social Information Model -Human-Robot Interaction

Intelligent robotics for our daily social environments

There are a growing number of everyday applications for artificial intelligence and robotics such as social robots, self-driving cars, and automated shops. We expect that future society will be ubiquitous with various robots. Towards such a robotized society, we aim to study robots that interact with people and operate in harmony alongside them. Such robots are embodied agents with sensory feedback that have the ability to interact in real-time with their environments. Consequently, we conduct fundamental research in intelligent robotics, human interaction, sensor networks, and artificial intelligence (AI). We are aiming for applications in the service industry, elderly care, health care, collaborative work places, and learning.

Laboratory name

Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) Laboratory(URL

Contact

kanda at i.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Faculty

Professor: Takayuki KANDA, Lecturer: Jani EVEN, Assistant Professor: Dražen BRŠČIĆ

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