Dr Hatice Gunes
Computational and data-driven human-robot interaction
The Affective Intelligence and Robotics Lab led by Dr Gunes investigates taste-liking facilitation by humanoid robots (IEEE RO-MAN 2020 Best Paper Award Candidate) and employing machine learning methodologies for automatic analysis of facial taste-liking (ACM ICMI 2020 Workshop on Multisensory-Human Food Interaction).
The lab also focuses on the investigation of social appropriateness of robot actions (Mind Your Manners!) and how to employ lifelong learning for enabling long-term human-robot interactions (Lifelong Learning and Long-Term Human Robot Interaction, CLIFER, Continual Learning for Affective Robots)
Read more about Hatice on her University of Cambridge profile here.