Towards a Framework for Visual Intelligence in Service Robotics:Epistemic Requirements and Gap Analysis

Chiatti, Agnese; Motta, Enrico and Daga, Enrico (2020). Towards a Framework for Visual Intelligence in Service Robotics:Epistemic Requirements and Gap Analysis. In: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Principles of Knowledge Representation and Reasoning (KR 2020), 12-18 Sep 2020.

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Abstract

A key capability required by service robots operating in real-world, dynamic environments is that of Visual Intelligence, i.e., the ability to use their vision system, reasoning components and background knowledge to make sense of their environment. In this paper, we analyse the epistemic requirements for Visual Intelligence, both in a top-down fashion, using existing frameworks for human-like Visual Intelligence in the literature, and from the bottom up, based on the errors emerging from object recognition trials in a real-world robotic scenario. Finally, we use these requirements to evaluate current Knowledge Basesfor Service Robotics and to identify gaps in the support they provide for Visual Intelligence.These gaps provide the basis of a research agenda for developing more effective knowledge representations for Visual Intelligence.

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