FAIM/ISCA Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Multimodal Human Robot Interaction

14-15 July 2018, Stockholm, Sweden

Chairs: Gérard Bailly, Laura Hiatt, Kristiina Jokinen, Tatsuya Kawahara, Roger Moore and Elin A. Topp

DOI: 10.21437/AI-MHRI.2018

Keynote: Elisabeth André (chair: G. Bailly)


Socially-Sensitive Technologies for HRI: Challenges and Perspectives
Elisabeth André



Cognition: mindreading and reasoning (chair: G. Bailly)


Proposal of a Multimodal Framework for Generating Robot’s Spontaneous Attention Directions and Nods in Group Discussion
Hung-Hsuan Huang, Seiya Kimura, Kazuhiro Kuwabara, Toyoaki Nishida

Comparison on Effect of Eye Gaze Activities between Human-human and Human-robot Conversations in Second-Language
Koki Ijuin, Shohei Fujio, Albara Khalifa, Tsuneo Kato, Seiichi Yamamoto

Human-Robot Collaborative Assembly Planning using Hybrid Conditional Planning
Momina Rizwan, Volkan Patoglu, Esra Erdem



Interaction frameworks (chair: M. Scheutz)


Studying the Craft of Folk Psychology in HRI
Sam Thellman, Tom Ziemke

A Knowledge Based Approach to User Support for Robot Programming
Elin Anna Topp, Jacek Malec

Industrial Human-Robot Collaboration
Mark Philipsen, Matthias Rehm, Thomas Moeslund


Data and AI technologies for HRI (chair: K. Jokinen)


Demonstrating and Learning Multimodal Socio-communicative Behaviors for HRI: Building Interactive Models from Immersive Teleoperation Data
Gérard Bailly, Frédéric Elisei

Bridging the Gap Between Supervised Autonomy and Teleoperation
Adrian Simon Bauer, Peter Birkenkampf, Alin Albu-Schäffer, Daniel Leidner

Enhancing Social Human-Robot Interaction with Deep Reinforcement Learning
Neziha Akalin, Andrey Kiselev, Annica Kristoffersson, Amy Loutfi


Keynote: Amit Kumar Pandey (chair: K. Jokinen)


An industrial perspective on AI needs for Multimodal HRI
Amit Kumar Pandey


Robots and dialogue modelling (chair: A.K. Pandey)


Knowledge-based Dialog Approach for Exploring User's Intention
Katsuyoshi Yamagami, Hirokazu Kiyomaru, Sadao Kurohashi

AI-based Dialogue Modelling for Social Robots
Kristiina Jokinen

Human-Robot Interaction Requires More Than Slot Filling - Multi-Threaded Dialogue for Collaborative Tasks and Social Conversation
Ioannis Papaioannou, Christian Dondrup, Oliver Lemon