By Judith Markowitz,Sean Andrist,Guido Bugmann,Jonathan Connell,David Dufty,Francois Grondin,Francois Michaud,Nicole Mirnig,Roger Moore,Steve Mushkin,Bilge Mutlu,Fumiko Nazikian,Victor Ng-Thow-Hing,Sandra Okita,Allison Sauppé,Manfred Tscheligi,Alan Wagner,Jö
Robots that speak and pay attention provides a forward-looking exam of speech and language in robots from technical, practical, and social views.
Contributors deal with cultural foundations in addition to the linguistic abilities and applied sciences that robots have to functionality successfully in real-world settings. one of the such a lot tricky and complicated is the power to appreciate and use language.
Speech-enabled automata are already serving as interactive toys, teacher’s aides, and study assistants. those robots will quickly be joined by means of own partners, business co-workers, and armed forces aid automata.
The social influence of those and different robots extends way past the explicit initiatives they practice. individuals take on the main knotty of these matters, significantly popularity of complex, speech-enabled robots and constructing moral and ethical controls for robots.
Topics during this ebook include:
• Language and past: the genuine which means of “Speech Enabled”
• Robots in fable and Media
• Enabling Robots to communicate
• Language studying via Automata
• Handling Noisy Settings
• Empirical experiences of Robots in Real-World Environments
• Acceptance of clever Robots
• Managing Robots which can Lie and Deceive
• Envisioning a global Shared with clever Robots