HRI2020 Online

HRI 2020 is the 15th annual conference for basic and applied human-robot interaction research. Researchers from across the world present their best work to HRI to exchange ideas about the theory, technology, data, and science furthering the state-of-the-art in human-robot interaction. 

The HRI Conference is a highly selective showcase of the very best interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research in human-robot interaction across communities including robotics, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, human factors, design and social and behavioral sciences.

Sadly due to the rapidly evolving COVID-2019 situation, we will no longer have what would have been a fantastic real world showcase of human-robot interaction in Cambridge UK. Instead our efforts will go towards putting on HRI2020 Online. Papers and research will still be published and we will develop a virtual and online events to facilitate interaction with other researchers.  

ONLINE PROGRAM

Proceedings of HRI2020 available through ACM digital library until 6/30/20 .
Playlists of papers, demos etc. will be posted here.
Discussions and Q&A with authors here: TBC
Audience Voting on demos here: coming soon
Workshops here: coming soon
Stay posted for more updates all week!

Latest HRI 2020 Online News

Audience Choice HRI 2020 Demo

Welcome to the voting for the Audience Choice Demo from HRI 2020 (closed May 14). Each of these demos showcases an aspect of Human-Robot Interaction research, and alongside “Best Demo” award, we’re offering an “Audience Choice” award. You can see the video and abstract from each demo here. You can ...
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HRI 2020 Keynote: Stephanie Dinkins

Community, Art and the Vernacular in Technological Ecosystems Community, craft, and the vernacular in artificially intelligent systems take the position that everyone participating in society is an expert in our experiences within the community infrastructures, which inform the makeup of robotic entities. Though we may not be familiar with the ...
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HRI 2020 Keynote: Ayanna Howard

“Are we trusting AI too much?: Examining Human-Robot Interactions in the Real World” Intelligent systems, especially those with an embodied construct, are becoming pervasive in our society. From chatbots to rehabilitation robotics, from shopping agents to robot tutors, people are adopting these systems into their daily life activities. Alas, associated ...
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HRI 2020 Online Day One

HRI2020 has already kicked off with workshops and the Industry Talks Session on April 3, however the first release of videos has only just gone online with the welcome from General Chairs Tony Belpaeme, ID Lab, University of Ghent and James Young, University of Manitoba. There is also a welcome ...
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HRI 2020 SPONSORS

*Updated post with recording of HRI 2020 Industry Talks Session from April 3. HRI 2020 is the 15th annual conference for basic and applied human-robot interaction research. Researchers from across the world present their best work to HRI to exchange ideas about the theory, technology, data, and science furthering the ...
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