Exhibitors 2023

Yes, we CAIR!

Yes, we CAIR!

The project focuses on the development of a cloud-based system that facilitates interactive and inclusive group conversations between humans and artificial agents. With its innovative approach, our system aims to address the challenges of equal participation, dominance, and group dynamics in such discussions.

Through the application of advanced control policies, the system autonomously moderates group conversations, promoting balanced participation and fostering collaboration among participants. By analyzing the dialogue state, tracking individual preferences, and collecting statistical data, our system ensures an inclusive and engaging conversational experience for all.

Yes, we CAIR!

Lucrezia Grassi, Carmine Tommaso Recchiuto, Antonio Sgorbissa

Lucrezia Grassi (M.D.) is a Ph.D. student in Bioengineering and Robotics at the University of Genova. She holds a master's degree in Robotics Engineering and her Ph.D. focuses on the design of advanced and autonomous conversation systems for human-machine communication. Her research in Social Robotics explores the complexities of multiparty interaction, encompassing cloud robotics, autonomous conversation systems, and mixed/virtual reality.

Carmine Tommaso Recchiuto (Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor at the University of Genoa, where he teaches Experimental Robotics, ROS programming, and Computer Science. His research interests include Humanoid and Social Robotics, wearable sensors, and Aerial Robotics. He has served as the Coordinator for software integration and Head of Software Development for the CARESSES project, which aims to equip social robots for the elderly with cultural competence. He is the author of over 60 scientific papers published in international journals and conference proceedings.

Antonio Sgorbissa (Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor at the University of Genoa, where he teaches Real-Time Operating Systems, Social Robotics, and Ambient Intelligence in the European Master in Advanced Robotics (EMARO+). He coordinates national and EU research projects, including the H2020 project CARESSES. His research focuses on Autonomous Robotic Behavior, including Culture-Awareness, Knowledge representation, Motion Planning, Wearable, and Ubiquitous Robotics. He has authored around 150 articles indexed in international databases and has served as a member of the Organizing Committee for top-ranked robotic conferences.

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