Brain Responses During Robot-Error Observation

Dominik Welke, Joos Behncke, Marina Hader, Robin Tibor Schirrmeister, Andreas Schönau, Boris Eßmann, Oliver Müller, Wolfram Burgard & Tonio Ball
Brain-controlled robots are a promising new type of assistive device for severely impaired persons. Little is however known about how to optimize the interaction of humans and brain-controlled robots. Information about the human’s perceived correctness of robot performance might provide a useful teaching signal for adaptive control algorithms and thus help enhancing robot control. Here, we studied whether watching robots perform erroneous vs. correct action elicits differential brain responses that can be decoded from single...
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