List of John Benjamins publications for which Aris Alissandrakis plays a role.
Helping robots imitate: Acknowledgment of, and adaptation to, the robot’s feedback to a human task demonstration. New Frontiers in Human–Robot Interaction, Dautenhahn, Kerstin and Joe Saunders (eds.), pp. 9–342011.
Towards informing the design of more ‘natural’ (non-expert) human–robot interaction (HRI) systems, this chapter presents two studies, focusing on a scenario where a human has to teach a robot how to perform an everyday household task.The first study considered the humans’ acknowledgment of feedback… read more | Article
Towards robot cultures? Learning to imitate in a robotic arm test-bed with dissimilarly embodied agents. Interaction Studies 5:1, pp. 3–442004.
The study of imitation and other mechanisms of social learning is an exciting area of research for all those interested in understanding the origin and the nature of animal learning in a social context. Moreover, imitation is an increasingly important research topic in Artificial Intelligence and… read more | Article