IEEE Kansai Section第1回技術講演会

IEEE Kansai Section第1回技術講演会



" Structuring human-humanoid interaction so that people can intuitively command robots."


Professor Rodney Brooks (MIT AI Lab.所長)

日時(Time & Date)

1999年11月19日(金) 13:00~14:30


NTTコミュニケーション科学基礎研究所 大会議室
〒619-0237 京都府相楽郡精華町光台2-4
Tel: 0774-93-5010
Fax: 0774-95-5015


The Cog and Kismet robots interact with humans via the same sorts of subconscious cues that people use with each other. The organization of Cog and Kismet are based on four principles: Development, Social Interaction, Embodiment, and Multi-modal Integration. The purpose of these interactions is ultimately for people to get the robots to do useful things for them. Some of this is via direct command, but much will be by showing the robot what should be done, and how. We believe that the six important research challenges to be solved to make this a reality are: knowing what to imitate, mapping between bodies, correcting failures and recognizing success, chaining actions together, generalizing to more complex tasks and intuitive interactions for the human.


 Prof. Rodney Brooks is the Fujitsu Professor of Computer Science and Director of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. He has built many robots inspired by animals. Recently his work has concentrated on building humanoid robots, and trying to understand people's social interactions by enabling robots to interact with people using the same emotion-based subconscious cues that people use.

参加費 (Fee)

無料 (Free)

参加申込み先および連絡先 (Contact for registration and for further information)

619-288 京都府相楽郡精華町光台2-2
Yumiko Honjo (ATR MIS Labs.)
Tel: (0774) 95 1404
Fax: (0774) 95 1408


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