Research report 2011 - Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

Human-Robot Interaction by Shared Autonomy

Robuffo Giordano, Paolo
Abteilung Wahrnehmung, Kognition und Handlung

Robots acquire information from the environment, process it and then use it to autonomously perform tasks. A big challenge is to have robots and humans cooperate effectively in our every day’s life. To realize this vision the role of humans must be taken into account. Robot design and control must be conceived to meet the human needs and facilitate the interaction. Our research efforts are guided by these principles and aimed at realizing semi-autonomous robotic systems able to perform local tasks – supervised by a human – on their own in a so-called shared control scenario.

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