Human Robot Interaction and Social Robots: Human-Robot Interaction is a sub-branch of Robotics that designs and develops robotic systems for humans. It uses robotics together with different disciplines such as psychology, sociology, behavioral sciences, philosophy, neurology, linguistics and medicine. As well as designing a system to the robot and developing software, it is aimed to perceive the behaviors, moods, tendencies and motivations of the people in this system and the robot to act accordingly. For this purpose, peripheral devices such as computers and tablets, sensors that collect image, sound, depth, neurological and cognitive data, and different artificial intelligence fields such as computer vision, natural language processing and speech recognition are used.


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