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Affective Dialogue Communication System with Emotional Memories for Humanoid Robots

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Affective Dialogue Communication System with Emotional Memories for Humanoid Robots
Memories are vital in human interactions. To interact sociably with a human, a robot should not only recognize and express emotions like a human, but also share emotional experience with humans. We present an affective human-robot communication system for a humanoid robot, AMI, which we designed to enable high-level communication with a human through dialogue. AMI communicates with humans by preserving emotional memories of users and topics, and it naturally engages in dialogue with humans. Humans therefore perceive AMI to be more human-like and friendly. Thus, interaction between AMI and humans is enhanced.
M. S. Ryoo, Yong-Ho Seo, Hye-Won Jung, Hyun S. Yan
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ACII
Authors M. S. Ryoo, Yong-Ho Seo, Hye-Won Jung, Hyun S. Yang
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