Social planning for social HRI

21 Feb 2016  ·  Liz Sonenberg, Tim Miller, Adrian Pearce, Paolo Felli, Christian Muise, Frank Dignum ·

Making a computational agent 'social' has implications for how it perceives itself and the environment in which it is situated, including the ability to recognise the behaviours of others. We point to recent work on social planning, i.e. planning in settings where the social context is relevant in the assessment of the beliefs and capabilities of others, and in making appropriate choices of what to do next.

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