HRI'23: Three new full papers, one demo, and workshop presentations!
IMG will participate in HRI’23 this March!
First, Kate Candon, PhD student at Yale, will be presenting “Verbally Soliciting Human Feedback in Continuous Human-Robot Collaboration: Effects of the Framing and Timing of Reminders”. Second, Qiping Zhang, PhD student at Yale, will be presenting “Self-Annotation Methods for Aligning Implicit and Explicit Human Feedback in Human-Robot Interaction”. Third, Jake Brawer, who recently defended his PhD thesis at Yale, will be presenting “Interactive Policy Shaping for Human-Robot Collaboration with Transparent Matrix Overlays”. This last paper is a collaboration with the Social Robotics Lab at Yale and was nominated to the best paper award this year!
In addition, Qiping and Nathan Tsoi will be presenting a demo of SEAN with Virtual Reality capabilities.
Finally, Sasha Lew will be presenting “Replaying User Viewpoints to Analyze In-the-Wild Robot Failures” at the workshop entitled The Imperfectly Relatable Robot: An interdisciplinary workshop on the role of failure in HRI. Marynel Vázquez will also be presenting at the 2nd Workshop on Human-Interactive Robot Learning (HIRL).
Congratulations to all the authors and thanks to the National Science Foundation, Amazon and Google for supporting this work.