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Speech-based Human-Robot Interaction Components for URC Intelligent Service Robots

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This video is concerned with a scenario for developing speech-based Human-Robot Interaction (sHRI) components for Ubiquitous Robot Companion (URC) Intelligent Service Robots as one of the next-generation growth engine industries in Korea. Here the URC means that it will provide the necessary services at any time and place to meet the user's requirements. Thus, it combines the network function with the current concept of a robot in order to enhance mobility and human interface. The main characteristics of this video are to combine of text-independent speaker recognition and Korean-based spontaneous speech recognition from two speakers in scenario. Especially each speaker communicates with service robot through spontaneous speech recognition with continuous words to provide useful information such as daily life schedule and TV program suitable to the speaker recognized. On the basis of these components, consumers will be able to utilize various speech-based services of the robot.

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Intelligent Robots and Systems, 2006 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on

Date of Conference:

Oct. 2006