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Haptic human-robot communication

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Haptic communication, the exchange of force and tactile information during dancing or moving a table together, has been shown to benefit the performance of human partners. Similarly, it could also be used to improve the performance of robots working in contact with a human operator. In this talk, I will give a short introduction to the work done in the Human Robotics Group (HRG) of Imperial College London related to haptic human-human and human-robot interaction. In the HRG we are working on topics related to stroke rehabilitation, motor learning, space exploration, control of artificial limbs and other fields related to neuroscience and robotics.

This talk is part of the IRLab Seminars: Robotics, Computer Vision & AI series.

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