Artificial intelligence (AI) is being used to improve human-robot interaction in a variety of settings, from manufacturing and logistics to healthcare and education. AI-powered robots can perform a range of tasks that are difficult, dangerous, or repetitive for humans, and they can do so with greater efficiency and accuracy. AI can also be used to make robots more responsive to human needs and preferences, for example by enabling them to recognize human speech and gestures and to adjust their behavior accordingly. However, the use of AI in human-robot interaction also raises concerns about the potential for robots to replace human workers, as well as the ethical and social implications of interacting with machines that appear human-like. Ongoing research and development are needed to improve the design and functionality of AI-powered robots and to address the associated ethical and social challenges.
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Applications of AI and HRI
- Challenges of HRI
- Ethical and social considerations in AI and HRI