[visionlist] [Extended deadline][CFP][Meetings] RoMan2022 ONLINE WORKSHOP CFP -The “Towards Socially Intelligent Robots In Real-World Applications: Challenges And Intricacies” (SIRRW)
eloise.zehnder at univ-lorraine.fr
Mon Jul 18 02:17:07 -04 2022
[Apologies for cross-posting]
We are happy to invite you to submit a paper to our upcoming full-day ONLINE WORKSHOP at IEEE Ro-Man 2022 . The “Towards Socially Intelligent Robots In Real-World Applications: Challenges And Intricacies” (SIRRW) workshop is your opportunity to present your work and get an overview of state-of-the-art research in human-centered, real-life settings.
Researchers from all HRI/Cognitive robotics/Machine Learning-relevant fields are invited to submit a 2-pages abstract or a 4 pages short-paper, before July 15th July 31st , 2022 . Selected papers will be presented as either an oral presentation or in a poster session.
For more information, please see our website: [ https://sirrw-2022.github.io/ | https://sirrw-2022.github.io ]
Being proactive, trustworthy, and dealing with uncertainty are the current challenges faced by social robots in real-world applications. To be seamlessly integrated into human-populated environments, robots will be expected to have intelligent social capabilities on top of their physical abilities. Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence has a critical role in providing robots with such capabilities by addressing some of the complex computational challenges that naturalistic human-robot interactions introduce. For a robot to behave proactively and in a manner that is appropriate to the context of interaction, it should cope with uncertainty when dealing with elements that are not fully observable and often hard to predict, such as the states representing the dynamic environment and humans. To build trustworthy interactions with humans, intelligent social robots need to successfully address challenging issues such as predicting human intentions, goals, expectations, understanding, and reasoning about the dynamic states of objects and other smart devices in the surroundings, and previous actions and their consequences while performing in complex situations. Trust is an important construct for evaluating adaptive social robot behaviors that could be inferred and evaluated through objective measures using computational models and subjective measures by human users. Such measures can be used to assess humans’ disposition to be vulnerable around robots. Hence, addressing uncertainty is a key factor in developing trustworthy AI solutions and endowing robots with intelligent social capabilities.
July 15th July 31st : Paper submission deadline
August 5th : Acceptance notification
August 17th : Camera-ready submission
August 24th : Workshop
* Papers will be submitted through [ https://easychair.org/account/signin?l=BbbUuHtL2mSjVI7LN8iC06 | EasyChair ]
* The manuscript should be of 2 or 4 pages in [ https://ras.papercept.net/conferences/support/support.php | IEEE double-column format ] excluding references.
Relevant topics will include (but not restricted to):
- Decision-making under uncertainty
- Modeling human behavior
- Communicative robot behavior generation
- Automatic adaptation and personalization of robot behavior
- Human-interactive robot learning
- Planning methods for interactive robot behaviors
- Perception for HRI
- Cognitive architectures for interactive robots
- Robot curiosity
- Safety/Trust-critical applications for HRI
- Human-robot collaboration
- Reliability and explainability of robot decisions/actions
* Prof. Agnieszka Wykowska (Instituto Italiano di Technologia (IIT))
* Prof. Tony Belpaeme (Ghent University and Plymouth University)
* Dr. Dan Bohus (Microsoft)
* Prof. Alan R. Wagner (Pennsylvania State University)
Organizers and Contact
Dr. Melanie Jouaiti ( [ mailto:mjouaiti at uwaterloo.ca | mjouaiti at uwaterloo.ca ] , University of Waterloo)
Dr. Sera Buyukgoz ( [ mailto:serabuyukgoz at gmail.com | serabuyukgoz at gmail.com ] , Sorbonne Université and Softbank Robotics Europe)
Eloise Zehnder ( [ mailto:eloise.zehnder at univ-lorraine.fr | eloise.zehnder at univ-lorraine.fr ] , Université de Lorraine and Inria, Loria)
Dr. Amir Aly ( [ mailto:amir.aly at plymouth.ac.uk | amir.aly at plymouth.ac.uk ] , Plymouth University)
Pr. Kerstin Dautenhahn ( [ mailto:kerstin.dautenhahn at uwaterloo.ca | kerstin.dautenhahn at uwaterloo.ca ] , University of Waterloo)
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