Detecting Perceived Appropriateness of a Robot's Social Positioning Behavior from Non-Verbal Cues: a Dataset.

Jered Vroon, G (Gwenn) Englebienne & V (Vanessa) Evers
What if a robot could detect when you think it got too close to you during its approach? This would allow it to correct or compensate for its social ‘mistake’. It would also allow for a responsive approach, where that robot would reactively find suitable approach behavior through and during the interaction. We investigated if it is possible to automatically detect such social feedback cues in the context of a robot approaching a person. We...
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