A Framework in which Robots and Humans Help Each Other

Sklar, Elizabeth (Brooklyn College, City University of New York) | Epstein, Susan L. (Hunter College, City University of New York) | Parsons, Simon (Brooklyn College, City University of New York) | Ozgelen, Arif T. (The Graduate Center, City University of New York) | Munoz, Juan Pablo (Brooklyn College, City University of New York) | Gonzalez, Joel (City College, City University of New York)

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Within the context of human/multi-robot teams, the "help me help you" paradigm offers different opportunities. A team of robots can help a human operator accomplish a goal, and a human operator can help a team of robots accomplish the same, or a different, goal. Two scenarios are examined here. First, a team of robots helps a human operator search a remote facility by recognizing objects of interest. Second, the human operator helps the robots improve their position (localization) information by providing quality control feedback.

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