Helsinki. Metroplia. FutureArea
The use of humanoid robots is more and more reported in the media. For example, solutions are emerging with applications for inpatient care for the elderly, day care, homecare, or shared apartments.
The workshop will address solutions in the topic area of human-robot interaction in these fields. The focus is on applications in the field of humanoid (social) robotics. The future of this support most probably lies in cooperative human-robot teams that jointly perform activities along the specific capabilities of humans and robots. It can be assumed that cooperation between humans and robots based on meaningful division of labor can combine human and technical strengths. Weaknesses on both sides can thus be compensated for, and close cooperation ideally results in added value in the provision of services for nursing practice. Nurses can assess situations and develop and implement flexible and situation-adapted solutions and action strategies based on their observations. Despite the advances in the technology, robots still largely lack creativity, empathy, and judgment, notwithstanding advances in artificial intelligence.
We will present and discuss areas of application from German clinics, care facilities and curative education, including possibilities and potentials for Finland. Participants can try out a robot platform on site.
(vlnr: Michael Prilla, Toini Harra, Ingolf Rascher)
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