Task and motion planning for effective human-robot collaboration (IRIM-WS49)
Robots and humans find themselves more and more often working together, sharing spaces and helping each other. Advances in artificial intelligence and control theory have made robots more autonomous and able to plan complex actions. However, the use of these decision-making methods in the case of human-robot collaboration is not straightforward, because the decision-making process must consider the variability of the person and be able to react flexibly to unexpected actions. The workshop brings together researchers in the field of human-robot collaboration and planning with the aim of outlining the state of research and possible future prospects in this field.
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