Special Issue "Embodied AI: From Robots to Smart Objects"

A special issue of Robotics (ISSN 2218-6581).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 October 2022 | Viewed by 115

Special Issue Editor

Dr. Connie Man-Ching YUEN
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Guest Editor
Department of Applied Data Science, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
Interests: big data applications; IoT applications; data mining; crowdsourcing; human computation; recommendation system; social computing; computer networking

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Recently, we have witnessed a surge in interest in embodied AI that could explore and interact with complex environments. The design and control of such intelligent agents raise a large number of interesting research questions.

Within the last decade, advances in deep learning have resulted in remarkable progress in the computer vision and broader AI communities. This progress has enabled models to begin to obtain superhuman performance on a wide variety of passive tasks.

The research field of Embodied AI put the physical entity of our body in the middle of the research subject to gain further insights into intelligence, and explore how our brain and ourselves as a whole develop through physical interactions with the real world. In the age of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, the research of embodied intelligence is still highly important, and delivering even more valuable input to extend the impact of conventional AI technology in the near future.

For this reason, this special issue aims to bring together researches from the fields of computer vision, language, graphics, and robotics to share and discuss the current state of AI that can:

  • See: perceive their environment through vision or other senses.
  • Talk: hold a natural language dialog grounded in their environment.
  • Listen: understand and react to audio input anywhere in a scene.
  • Act: navigate and interact with their environment to accomplish goals.
  • Reason: consider and plan for the long-term consequences of their actions.

Dr. Connie Man-Ching YUEN
Guest Editor

Manuscript Submission Information

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Keywords

  • embodied mobile robots
  • embodied artificial intelligence
  • embodied computer vision for robotics
  • embodied computation
  • embodied social interaction for robots
  • embodied system-level architecture for mobile robots
  • embodied categorisation for vision-guided mobile robots
  • embodied conversational agents

Published Papers

This special issue is now open for submission.
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