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- Personalized Companion Robot for Open-Domain Dialogue in Long-Term Elderly Care
- RoboHost - Social robots accelerating the transition to sustainable transport
- RelyRobot - How Agency and Anthropomorphism in Human-Centered AI Affects Social Decision Making
CAPTivating - Comparative Analysis of Public Speaking with Text-to-speech Synthesis
Captivating an audience means attracting and holding the listeners' attention by being very interesting, exciting or pleasant. The proposed method aims to use comparative perceptual experiments with spontaneous speech synthesis to be able to systematically vary various speech features and measure the direct and combined perceptual impact.
Perception of speaker stance - using spontaneous speech synthesis to explore the contribution of prosody, context and speaker. Speaker stance is broadly defined as the speaker’s attitude towards what they are saying. In this project we aim to establish and pioneer a new research methodology to study the perceptual contributions of prosodic features, speaker characteristics and contextual embedding, using modifiable datadriven speech synthesis.
Connected - Context-aware speech synthesis for conversational AI
Speakers use a variety of strategies to continuously adjust their speech delivery in response to the situational context of the conversation. In this project the aim is to develop a context-aware conversational speech synthesizer that allows for implicit control over the manner of speaking to cater for the communicative needs of different interactive scenarios.
CORALL - Collaborative Robot-Assisted Language Learning
The societal purpose of CORALL is to contribute to more effective education of Swedish for Immigrants by combining pedagogy of collaborative language learning with social robotics. The scientific aims of the CORALL project are to firstly introduce robot conversational partners in spoken communication training, and secondly to explore collaborative learning between with two adult learners and a robot.
MUSAiC - Music at the Frontiers of Artificial Creativity and Criticism
Artificial intelligence (AI) is an especially disruptive technology, impacting a growing number of domains in ways both beneficial and detrimental. It is even showing surprising impacts in the Arts, provoking questions fundamental to philosophy, law, and engineering, not to mention practices in the Arts themselves. MUSAiC is an interdisciplinary research venture confronting questions and challenges at the frontier of the AI disruption of music.
AAIS - Advanced Adaptive Intelligent Systems
The aim is to develop adaptive social robots that can understand humans’ communicative behaviour and task-related physical actions, and adapt their interaction to suit. We aim to investigate and demonstrate fluid and seamless adaptation of intelligent systems to users’ context, needs or preferences.
- PREDICON - Prediction and Coordination for Conversational AI
- MSCA ITN Early Language Development in the Digital Age (e-LADDA)
- AnalyTIC - Analysis of Predictive models of Turn-taking in Conversation