An Analysis of Deceptive Robot Motion

Anca Dragan, Rachel Holladay, and Siddhartha Srinivasa
Robotics: Science and Systems, July, 2014.


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Abstract
Much robotics research explores how robots can clearly communicate true information. Here, we focus on the counterpart: communicating false information, or hiding information altogether -- in one word, deception. Robot deception is useful in conveying intentionality, and in making games against the robot more engaging. We study robot deception in goal-directed motion, in which the robot is concealing its actual goal. We present an analysis of deceptive motion, starting with how humans would deceive, moving to a mathematical model that enables the robot to autonomously generate deceptive motion, and ending with a study on the implications of deceptive motion for human-robot interactions.

Notes
Associated Center(s) / Consortia: Quality of Life Technology Center, National Robotics Engineering Center, and Center for the Foundations of Robotics
Associated Lab(s) / Group(s): Personal Robotics

Text Reference
Anca Dragan, Rachel Holladay, and Siddhartha Srinivasa, "An Analysis of Deceptive Robot Motion," Robotics: Science and Systems, July, 2014.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Dragan_2014_7613,
   author = "Anca Dragan and Rachel Holladay and Siddhartha Srinivasa",
   title = "An Analysis of Deceptive Robot Motion",
   booktitle = "Robotics: Science and Systems",
   month = "July",
   year = "2014",
}