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Plan-Based Social Interaction with a Robot Bartender, R. Petrick and M.E. Foster, Proceedings of the ICAPS 2013 Application Showcase, pages 10-13, 2013.

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Abstract

A robot coexisting with humans must not only be able to perform physical tasks, but must also be able to interact with humans in a socially appropriate manner. We describe an application of planning to task-based social interaction using a robot that must interact with multiple human agents in a simple bartending domain. The resulting system infers social states from low-level sensors, using vision and speech as input modalities, and uses the knowledge-level PKS planner to construct plans with task, dialogue, and social actions.