Dr Rachel Kallen – Dr Michael Richardson | Stepping into the Future: Enhancing Interactions Between Humans and Machines

Sep 20, 2023 | engineering and tech

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Over the last few decades, technology has become an integral part of our lives. Although society has largely embraced this leap, many people don’t believe that machines can perform on an equal level to humans. Dr Michael Richardson and Dr Rachel Kallen at Macquarie University in Sydney explore how machines can be developed to interact naturally and effectively with humans. Read More

Original Article Reference

Summary of the papers: ‘A comparison of dynamical perceptual-motor primitives and deep reinforcement learning for human-artificial agent training systems’, doi.org/10.1177/15553434221092930; and ‘Human social motor solutions for human-machine interaction in dynamical task contexts’, doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1813164116

This research is supported by the Australian Research Council and the Australian Department of Defence, Science and Technology Group


For further information, you can contact Dr Rachel Kallen at rachel.w.kallen@mq.edu.au or Dr Michael Richardson at michael.j.richardson@mq.edu.au

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