A Few AI Challenges Raised while Developing an Architecture for Human-Robot Cooperative Task Achievement

Over the last five years, and while developing an architecture for autonomous service robots in human environments, we have identified several key decisional issues that are to be tackled for a cognitive robot to share space and tasks with a human. We introduce some of them here: situation assessment and mutual modelling, management and exploitation of each agent (human and robot) knowledge in separate cognitive models, natural multi-modal communication, "human-aware" task planning, and human and robot interleaved plan achievement. As a general "take home" message, it appears that explicit knowledge management, both symbolic and geometric, proves to be a successful key while attempting to address these challenges, as it pushes for a different, more semantic way to address the decision-making issue in human-robot interactions.

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AAAI 2014 Fall Symposium Series, Arlington, USA, November 13–15, 2014

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