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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.11.NQ66146

Human-robot interaction in socialintelligence: A different dimension

Mr. Sangana kotireddy , Dr.Vijaykumar M V


Social intelligence in machines benefits artificial intelligence and robotics/machines. However, in a number of application parts and frameworks where machines must communicate with other machines or people, it has become evident that community and communication abilities are necessary. Human-robot interaction (HRI) research highlights concerns regarding people's and robots' personalities in social situations. The primary body of the study discusses human-machine interactions, The HRI conceptual space, and the importance of social skills for robots. To demonstrate these perceptions, two HRI research samples are offered. First, there is a review of research exploring the idea of a cognitive robot partner.


social skills, robots, robot-Humancommunication.

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