Tonight the IEEE Robotics team at NC State had a special meeting to share their experiences at the SoutheastCon robotics conference last week from April 9-12, and things do well for the past year, and things to improve, as well as future plans. The meeting was quite productive and they agreed to help me fill out my HRI research survey. I was pretty grateful.
Earlier this semester, Dr. Gillan gave a talk about Haiku and Human Factors. During the talk, he presented several examples of Haiku for Human factors concepts and asked us to write one. I was not quite sure about the rules of Haiku poem, but I did write one about Human-Robot Interaction (HRI).
Cognitively, emotionally, and behaviorally,
Human interacts with machine or robots,
It's multitudinal, dynamic, and fasinating.
On April 9th, I visited the robot world in the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. They have Rubik' cube robot, dancing robot, chess robot, drawing robot, arrow robot, talk robot, luggage picking robot, and piano robot. This was my first time seeing so many robots in person. I had a wonderful time there.
Lixiao Huang, a human factors scientist who is enthusiastic about human-robot interaction research.