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Learning to Share Autonomy Across Repeated Interaction
(Virginia Tech, 2021-07-20)
Wheelchair-mounted robotic arms (and other assistive robots) should help their users perform everyday tasks. One way robots can provide this assistance is shared autonomy. Within shared autonomy, both the human and robot ...
I Know What You Meant: Learning Human Objectives by (Under)estimating Their Choice Set
(Virginia Tech, 2021-04-05)
Assistive robots have the potential to help people perform everyday tasks. However, these robots first need to learn what it is their user wants them to do. Teaching assistive robots is hard for inexperienced users, elderly ...
Here’s What I’ve Learned: Asking Questions that Reveal Reward Learning
(Virginia Tech, 2021-07-02)
Robots can learn from humans by asking questions. In these questions the robot demonstrates a few different behaviors and asks the human for their favorite. But how should robots choose which questions to ask? Today’s ...
Biosignal-driven Art: Beyond biofeedback
Biosignal monitoring in interactive arts, although present for over forty years, remains a relatively little known field of research within the artistic community as compared to other sensing technologies. Since the early ...
Virtual replicas of real places: Experimental investigations
The emergence of social virtual reality (VR) experiences, such as Facebook Spaces, Oculus Rooms, and Oculus Venues, will generate increased interest from users who want to share real places (both personal and public) with ...