“ARISCO” un robot social con capacidad de interacción, motivación y aprendizaje

S. Domínguez, E. Zalama, J.G. García-Bermejo

Resumen

En este artículo se describe la arquitectura del robot social “Arisco” con especial atención a su sistemas de interacción, motivación, planificación y aprendizaje. Arisco es una cabeza mecatrónica con capacidad de interacción y que incluye: gran expresividad mediante gesticulación, reconocimiento y síntesis de voz, seguimiento visual, extracción de información de internet, y sistema de aprendizaje y motivación.

Palabras clave

robot social; aprendizaje; interacción; visión artificial; localización sonora

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