Towards humanizing the autonomy – we need to first address the needs of the passenger "the human captive in the mobile robot" – the one who has given full faith in autonomy. Then we need to address the needs of the other humans – road users; ensure that autonomous transportation - a world where we humans are surrounded by a growing population of robots is a safer world; a world where traffic flows - we spend less frustrating commute time every day and experience prominent improvement to the quality of life. Once we gain the acceptance (realistically in the next ten to twenty-year time frame), we may envision adding new meanings to our lifestyle via self-driving vehicles – that can be ultimately our mobile home(office); actually our third address. In this talk, we will introduce you to a formal framework towards design(analysis) and evaluation of HRI language;and then we will go over the role of in-out cabin HRI data analytics and machine learning towards realization of this language.
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