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A pilot study towards the implementation of perceptual and motor adaptation in robots

Antonj, Matilde; Zonca, Joshua; Lastrico, Linda; Casadio, Maura; Sciutti, Alessandra

The aim of our study is to understand the perceptual and motor mechanisms of adaptation underlying human-robot interaction. Our long-term goal is to develop novel models of adaptation that could be implemented in robots to enhance human-robot collaboration. Realizing adaptive robots would be fundamental not only in the biomedical field for assistance and rehabilitation, but also in industrial settings to improve human-robot cooperation. In the current paper, we present a pilot experiment aimed at exploring perceptual and motor strategies adopted by participants who try to adapt their perception to that of a robot with different prior sensory Experience.
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