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Look at me when i'm speaking, audio-visual perception for robotic

Project team Perception (Inria Grenoble-Rhône-Alpes) - 13/09/2017

Present software tools allowing a robot to recognize participants in a conversation, to follow the speaker in complex situations (multiple-speakers, moving speakers, ...) in order to interact more naturally with them. Demonstration on NAO robot


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Perception, Cognition & Interaction

Peter Sturm is the Deputy Scientific Director in charge of the field "Perception, Cognition and Interaction".


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Interaction homme-robot A human-robot interaction demonstration - © Perception team / Inria Grenoble Rhône-Alpes

European Research Council 2017

Towards a multimodal communication

Pauline Tardy-Galliard - 21/03/2018

A step forward for the development and commercialisation of intelligent robots capable of multimodal and multiple communication with humans.


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Peter Sturm, Deputy Scientific Director

Peter Sturm did his undergraduate studies at the University of Karlsruhe and obtained a PhD in 1997 and the habilitation degree in 2006, both from Grenoble INP. From 1997 to 1999 he was a post-doc at Reading University and since 1999 he is a researcher at Inria. He was nominated Deputy scientific director in charge of the research in "Perception, cognition, interaction" in april 2015.


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