Since 2007, The HRI conference has been sponsored by both ACM and IEEE. The proceedings of the previous meetings are archived by both ACM and IEEE and are available at ACM digital library and IEEE Xplore.
The Twelfth Annual Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2017) will be held in Vienna, Austria in 6–9 March 2017. More information can be found at the conference website. Vienna, Austria (photo credit)
Source: National Geographic Explorers Chad Jenkins explores new aspects of how robots can learn and interact with humans. As an associate professor of computer science at Brown University, he leads a robotic learning research group. He is currently on sabbatical from Brown and working at the robotics company Willow Garage. What’s the first thing you’ll ask your robot to do? Wash dishes? Sweep ...
The HRI Steering Committee is pleased to announce the new Human-Robot Interaction Portal, a research portal for the HRI community. Our hope is that the portal will serve as a gateway to all research and community activities for HRI including the HRI Conferences, Journal or Human-Robot Interaction, research and community news, and information and policies about the HRI Steering Committee.