Hahn Institute for Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Essen, used functional magnetic-resonance imaging (fMRI), to investigate potential brain correlations of human-robot interaction in contrast to human-human interaction.
What does HRI stand for?
HRI stands for Human-Robot Interaction
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A definition of human-robot interaction (HRI) awareness based on research from computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) was specified.
This research concurs with human-robot interaction research conducted at MIT by Intuitive Automata's founder and CEO Cory D.
Mapping Complex Tasks to Robots: Programming by Demonstration in Real-World Environments, In: Advances in Human-Robot Interaction, Springer Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-540-23211-7, Berlin
The ARMS prototype, which is scheduled for performance evaluation in late 2008 in California, is a significant improvement in human-robot interaction that addresses many of the disadvantages associated with current tele-operated systems.
Pons (Instituto de Automatica Industrial, CSIC, Spain) compiles 10 chapters by scientists from Europe who discuss mechanics, biometric and bioinspired design, cognitive and physical human-robot interaction, technologies, kinematics, dynamics, and control.
The human-robot interaction will be tricky, as the robots will have to be able to deal with people with different injuries and disabilities as well as the elderly and seriously ill patients," said Schlegel.