Date / Heure

mardi 11 avril 2017
10:30 -12:00


Bâtiment T1 Pôle Multimédia - Salle 2.08

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Pr. Gentiane Venture

GVlab, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering

Abstract/Résumé :

For most humans it is “natural” to interact with other humans and in particular to use non-verbal communication as a mean to convey intention, emotion and to give a purpose to an interaction. What happens when people are interacting with robots and in particular with emotional robots? In this talk I will present some of our latest advances in HRI in the wild. Our research results are used to understand human-machine interactions and human-robot interactions and to create artificial awareness: social awareness, emotional awareness… by using artificial emotions.

Pour la plupart des gens, il est normal d’interagir avec d’autres personnes et d’utiliser la communication non-verbale comme un moyen de partager ses intentions, ses émotions et de donner un sens à l’interaction. Mais que se passe-t-il quand nous interagissons avec un robot, un robot émotionnel ? Dans cette présentation, nous allons parler de nos récents travaux sur les interactions homme-robot hors du labo. Nos résultats sont utilisés pour comprendre les interactions entre humains et machines et entre humains et robots afin de créer un état de conscience artificielle : conscience sociale, conscience émotionnelle qui utilise les émotions artificielles.


Gentiane Venture is a French Roboticist who has been working in academia in Tokyo, Japan for more than 10 years. After graduating from Ecole Centrale de Nantes and obtaining a PhD from University of Nantes in 2000 and 2003 respectively, she works at the French Nuclear Agency and at the University of Tokyo. She started in 2009 with Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology where she has established the GVlab, an international research group working on human science and robotics. The researchers at the GVlab try to encompass human motion dynamics and non-verbal communication into complex intelligent robot behavior design to achieve personalized human machine interaction. The work of her group is highly interdisciplinary by collaborating with therapists, sociologists, psychologists, physiologists, philosophers, neuro-scientists, ergonomists, bio-mechanists, designers worldwide…