Recently, introducing computer science and educational robots in compulsory education has received increasing attention.
In this work, we consider the dialogue occurring between interlocutors engaged in a collaborative learning task, and explore how performance and learning (i. e. task success) relate to dialogue alignment processes.
Cultural adaptation, i. e., the matching of a robot's behaviours to the cultural norms and preferences of its user, is a well known key requirement for the success of any assistive application.
Daily life activities, such as eating and sleeping, are deeply influenced by a person's culture, hence generating differences in the way a same activity is performed by individuals belonging to different cultures.
Providing elderly and people with special needs, including those suffering from physical disabilities and chronic diseases, with the possibility of retaining their independence at best is one of the most important challenges our society is expected to face.
no code implementations • 21 Aug 2017 • Barbara Bruno, Nak Young Chong, Hiroko Kamide, Sanjeev Kanoria, Jaeryoung Lee, Yuto Lim, Amit Kumar Pandey, Chris Papadopoulos, Irena Papadopoulos, Federico Pecora, Alessandro Saffiotti, Antonio Sgorbissa
The nursing literature shows that cultural competence is an important requirement for effective healthcare.
Bimanual gestures are of the utmost importance for the study of motor coordination in humans and in everyday activities.