On the Ability to Provide Demonstrations on a UAS: Observing 90 Untrained Participants Abusing a Flying Robot
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Type of Work5 pages
conference papers and proceedings preprints
Citation of Original PublicationMitchell Scott, et.al, On the Ability to Provide Demonstrations on a UAS: Observing 90 Untrained Participants Abusing a Flying Robot, AAAI Fall Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Human-Robot Interaction AI-HRI, 2015, https://www.aaai.org/ocs/index.php/FSS/FSS15/paper/viewFile/11677/11540
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SubjectsUAS (unmanned aerial system)
Interactive Robotics and Language Lab
This paper presents an exploratory study where participants piloted a commercial UAS (unmanned aerial system) through an obstacle course. The goal was to determine how varying the instructions given to participants affected their performance. Preliminary data suggests future studies to perform, as well as guidelines for human-robot interaction, and some best practices for learning from demonstration studies.