I’ve already blogged here about my reading goals. I realized, though, that reading books is not enough. A lot of exciting HRI advances happen in and thanks to research and I need to keep an eye on this.
I started looking into papers I should be reading right now and here’s a short list:
- Perception of Robot Smiles and Dimensions for Human-Robot Interaction Design, M. Blow, K. Dautenhahn, A. Appleby, C. L. Nehaniv and D. C. Lee
- Human-robot interaction design using Interaction Composer eight years of lessons learned, D. F. Glas, T. Kanda and H. Ishiguro
- Human-Robot Interaction Design: Understanding User Needs and Requirements, A. Adams, Julie
- Computational Human-Robot Interaction, Andrea Thomaz; Guy Hoffman; Maya Cakmak
- Designing Vyo, a robotic Smart Home assistant: Bridging the gap between device and social agent, M. Luria, G. Hoffman, B. Megidish, O. Zuckerman and S. Park
Of course, seminal papers quickly emerge when one starts reading and I know that this list will grow long, fast.
My goal is to read and absorb one research paper a week, when time allows it. I feel lucky to be working for Cornell University because I can access all of these for free and some of the authors are faculty in Ithaca!
I will share my notes and reflections on these papers, here.