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“…Interactive approaches require that the robot asks the human to provide input if it encounters a problem. For example, systems have been developed which ask a human whether it has just passed a door [2], and which use uncertain categorisations as the basis for dialogue about room categories [1] and object features [7].…”
Section: Background and Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is necessary to focus more on creating complete, integrated systems that sense and interact with their surroundings, rather than looking at just subsets of the problem in isolation. The DARPA initiatives [21,56,22], the EU Cognitive Systems (CoSy) project [43], and the RoboCup initiative [51] are all excellent examples of tasks that aim to create such integrated systems. These initiatives force the researchers to identify and tackle key problems that would not arise in the absence of such practical challenges.…”
Section: Summary and Future Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The robot would need capabilities such as spatial and semantic reasoning [55], analysis of 3D geometric structure, and natural language processing during human-robot interactions [54]. As the focus shifts towards developing such "cognitive" abilities on a mobile robot, including the ability to reason and bind information across different sensing modalities, it becomes necessary to design architectures that enable autonomous learning and adaptation in complex systems [43]. Ultimately, the goal is to enable widespread mobile robot deployment in a range of applications, with the robots operating autonomously and interacting with humans under completely uncontrolled natural conditions.…”
Section: Summary and Future Workmentioning
confidence: 99%