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Robot's play: interactive games with sociable machines

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Robot's play: interactive games with sociable machines
Personal robots for human entertainment form a new class of computer-based entertainment that is beginning to become commercially and computationally practical. We expect a principal manifestation of their entertainment capabilities will be socially interactive game playing. We describe this form of gaming and summarize our current efforts in this direction on our lifelike, expressive, autonomous humanoid robot. Our focus is on teaching the robot via playful interaction using natural social gesture and language. We detail this in terms of two broad categories: teaching as play and teaching with play.
Andrew G. Brooks, Jesse Gray, Guy Hoffman
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ACMACE
Authors Andrew G. Brooks, Jesse Gray, Guy Hoffman
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