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How do people share their attention, intention, task, goal in a
collaborative task? Could theory of mind and underlying models help to
get some expectations about them? How this is or can be applied to our
domain of human-robot interaction?
What should contain or not a theory of mind model, what is part of
norms that we follow could help us to understand other's mind without
the need to explicitly model it?
This workshop wants to gather answers for these questions and to raise
interesting discussion and exchange around them.
This workshop is part of "toward a framework for Joint Action" series
(fja.sciencesconf.org) that aims to give philosophers, psychologists
and roboticists a venue to discuss and share their knowledge and
Laura Hiatt (confirmed), Research Scientist at the U.S. Naval Research
Laboratory in Washington, DC.
Sandra Lasry, PhD student in Cognitive Science at Institut Jean Nicod,
Séverin Lemaignan (confirmed), Senior Researcher, Bristol Robotics
Lab, University of the West of
Tadeusz W. Zawidzki (confirmed), Department Chair, Associate Professor
of Philosophy at George Washington University, DC.
Call for extended abstracts
We invite the submission of extended abstracts (up to 4 pages). It
does not need to be a new contribution to the field but it needs to be
relevant to the workshop, i.e. the theory of mind needed around joint
action establishment and execution, its components, its installation
and the way to model it in a human-robot context as well as its
evolution during joint action execution and particularly coordination
and alignment issues that need to be taken into account.
If your work does not fit the benchmark, feel free to propose any
modifications to it. The idea is really that we find a common ground
to discuss around.
Aurélie CLODIC, Research Scientist in Robotics at LAAS CNRS Toulouse, France
Sandra LASRY, PhD student in Cognitive Science at Institut Jean Nicod,
Víctor Fernández CASTRO, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Philosophy at
University of Granada, Spain/Jean Nicod Institute Paris, France
Bilge MUTLU, Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University
of Wisconsin--Madison, USA
Chien-Ming HUANG, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Johns
Hopkins University, USA
Rachid ALAMI, Senior Researcher in Robotics at LAAS CNRS Toulouse, France
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