SoRPuS: Social Robots in Public Spaces
This project aims to define and implement a framework for a Social Robots capable of interacting with multiple individuals in public spaces.
Current commercially available social robots are designed to one-on-one or one2family interactive situations. When these robots are moved from bounded scenarios to assistive/service environments like hospitals or shops in order to offer a service it is necessary to face legal and personal scenarios.
- Context awareness: intention recognition, activity recognition
- Cognitive Architectures: Planning under uncertainty
- Knowledge representation and reasoning
- Cybersecurity: Safety, privacy, confidentiality
- Robot ethics
Main Researcher: Francisco Javier Rodriguez Lera