Human -Humanoid Interaction

In human face-to-face interaction, the observation of another individual performing an action facilitates the execution of a similar action, and interferes with the execution of a different action. This phenomenon has been explained by the existence of shared neural mechanisms for the execution and perception of actions, which would be automatically engaged by the perception of another individual's action.

  • Ensuring Safety of Humans and Industrial Robots Sharing the Same Workspace
  • Cognitive architectures
  • Recognition of human activities and intentions
  • Detection of human emotions

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