Developing architectural components to track available robots and their capabilities, and designing a user interface to visualize robot tracking, enable users to specify multi-robot allocations on terrain map, and visualize generated robot navigation plans.
Developing a user interface to enable the control of multiple robots’ speech and identity presentation in human-robot interaction.
Developing a resource that (1) highlights the importance of including ethics-related discussion and activities within CS courses, and (2) would offer a variety of example activities for CS educators to further integrate ethics into CS, including a spotlight on the work being done by Mines CS faculty.
Investigated how the identity presentation of a group of robots might influence the distribution of trust amongst group members and the perceived entitativity of the group.
Explored how the identity presentation of a group of robots during an introduction might affect how human interactants mentally model the robots.
Explored the use of counterfactuals in reinforcement learning to enhance the performance of intelligent agents within a simulated multiagent rover domain.
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