HRI: Personalized Assistive Human-Robot Interaction: Validation in Socially-Assisted Post-Stroke Rehab
This interdisciplinary project identifies a specific set of HRI research questions in socially assistive robotics, the study of robotic systems capable of providing guidance through social rather than physical interaction. The research foci are: embodiment, personality, empathy, and adaptability toward the development of an assistive HRI model for customized time-extended interaction. The research is grounded in the rehabilitation domain with emphasis on post-stroke recovery, where personalized and dedicated care provides supervision, motivation, and training and where assistive HRI can play a key role.
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