Explainable Representations of the Social State: A Model for Social Human-Robot Interactions

10/09/2020 ∙ by Daniel Hernández García, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper, we propose a minimum set of concepts and signals needed to track the social state during Human-Robot Interaction. We look into the problem of complex continuous interactions in a social context with multiple humans and robots, and discuss the creation of an explainable and tractable representation/model of their social interaction. We discuss these representations according to their representational and communicational properties, and organize them into four cognitive domains (scene-understanding, behaviour-profiling, mental-state, and dialogue-grounding).

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