From comparative psychology to industrial design: what we can learn from human-animal interaction

[Speaker] Sawa, Kosuke:1
1:Senshu University (Japan)

One of the main aims of comparative psychology is to investigate the differences and similarities between species based on empirical methods. Recently, many studies have used empirical methods to explore inter-species communication such as between humans and dogs or humans and horses in order to understand the essence of social interaction. In this talk, another possibility of applied research will be introduced, that is, that human-animal interaction research might provide fruitful findings for building artificial agents that interact with humans in daily life.
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