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Autonomous Development of Social Referencing Skills

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Autonomous Development of Social Referencing Skills
Abstract. In this work, we are interested in understanding how emotional interactions with a social partner can bootstrap increasingly complex behaviors such as social referencing. Our idea is that social referencing as well as facial expression recognition can emerge from a simple sensori-motor system involving emotional stimuli. Without knowing that the other is an agent, the robot is able to learn some complex tasks if the human partner has some "empathy" or at least "resonate" with the robot head (low level emotional resonance). Hence we advocate the idea that social referencing can be bootstrapped from a simple sensori-motor system not dedicated to social interactions.
Sofiane Boucenna, Philippe Gaussier, Laurence Hafe
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where SAB
Authors Sofiane Boucenna, Philippe Gaussier, Laurence Hafemeister, Kim Bard
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