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TeamTalk is a project which aims to further understanding of multi-agent dialog, where each agent is responsible for interpretations of its role in the dialog and the task at hand. This research is sponsored by Carnegie Mellon University and Boeing Phantom Works.

Our current work is focused on teams of human and robots in a treasure hunt scenario.

Contents

People

Emeritus

Documentation

Papers

  • Harris, Thomas K. & Alexander I. Rudnicky (2007), "TeamTalk: A platform for multi-human-robot dialog research in coherent real and virtual spaces", to appear in Proceedings of AAAI
  • Bohus, Dan; Antoine Raux; Thomas K. Harris; Maxine Eskanazi & Alexander I. Rudnicky (2007), "Olympus: an open-source framework for conversational spoken language interface research", Bridging the Gap: Academic and Industrial Research in Dialog Technology
  • Dias, M. Bernardine; Thomas K. Harris; Brett Browning; E. Gil Jones; Brenna Argall; Manuela Veloso; Anthony Stenz & Alexander I. Rudnicky (2006), "Dynamically Formed Human-Robot Teams Performing Coordinated Tasks", AAAI Spring Symposium: To Boldly Go Where No Human-Robot Team Has Gone
  • Harris, T. K.; S. Banerjee & A. Rudnicky (2005), "Heterogeneous Multi-Robot Dialogues for Search Tasks", AAAI Workshop on Dialogical Robots: Verbal Interaction with Embodied Agents and Situated Devices
  • Harris, T. K.; S. Banerjee; A. Rudnicky; J. Sison; K. Bodine & A. Black (2004), "A Research Platform for Multi-Agent Dialogue Dynamics", Proceedings of The IEEE International Workshop on Robotics and Human Interactive Communications

Presentations

Veloso, Manuela; Anthony Stenz; Alexander I. Rudnicky; Brett Browning; M. Bernardine Dias; Brenna Harris; Argall; E. Gil Jones & Satanjeev Banerjee (2006), Dynamic Human-Robot Teams Engaged in Complex Adversarial Tasks Using Language-Based Communication, BTH annual meeting, Carnegie Mellon University
Veloso, Manuela; Anthony Stenz; Alexander I. Rudnicky; Brett Browning; M. Bernardine Dias; Brenna Harris; Argall; E. Gil Jones & Satanjeev Banerjee (2005), Human-Robot “Pickup” Teams with Language-Based Interaction, BTH annual meeting, Carnegie Mellon University
Harris, Thomas K.; Satanjeev Banerjee & Alex Rudnicky (2004), Multiple-Agent Dialogue, presented for Boeing Treasure Hunt kickoff meeting, Carnegie Mellon University
Banerjee, Satanjeev; Kerry Bodine; Kishore Prahallad; June Sison; Thomas K. Harris; Alan Black & Alexander Rudnicky (2003), Team Talk: A Report, presented for Dialog Lab, Carnegie Mellon University

Videos

Harris, Thomas K. & Alexander I. Rudnicky (2007), Virtual world test
Rolin, Kristina; E. Gil Jones; Thomas K. Harris; Marc Zinck; Brett Browning; M. Bernardine Dias; Manuela Veloso; Anthony Stenz & Alexander Rudnicky (2007), "Dynamic Human-Robot Teams", to appear in Proc Intelligent Robots and Systems
Argall, Brenna; E. Gil Jomes; Thomas K. Harris; Chris Casinghino; M. Bernardine Dias; Brett Browning; Manuela Veloso; Anthony Stenz & Alexander Rudnicky (2005), Speech and GUI test
Veloso, Manuela; Anthony Stenz; Alexander Rudnicky; Brett Browning; M. Bernardine Dias; Thomas K. Harris; Satanjeev Banerjee & Bernard Ghanem (2004), Boeing Integration #2
Veloso, Manuela; Anthony Stenz; Alexander Rudnicky; Brett Browning; M. Bernardine Dias; Thomas K. Harris; Satanjeev Banerjee & Bernard Ghanem (2004), Boeing Integration #1 (100s)
Veloso, Manuela; Anthony Stenz; Alexander Rudnicky; Brett Browning; M. Bernardine Dias; Thomas K. Harris; Satanjeev Banerjee & Bernard Ghanem (2004), Boeing Integration #1 (45s)
Banerjee, Satanjeev; Kerry Bodine; Kishore Prahallad; June Sison; Thomas K. Harris; Alan Black & Alexander Rudnicky (2003), TeamTalk: The Movie

Resources

Software

Main article: User's Guide
Main article: System

TeamTalk Trac Page

TeamTalk consists of a set of software components that are used to interface via spoken and graphical modalities with teams of robots. This software is built using the Olympus framework. The software is currently alpha, and is not currently licensed for any kind of use.

Robots

TeamTalk has been used with Pioneer P2DX's[1] and Segway RMP's[2] outfitted as BoeingLib servers.

Virtual System

The High-Fidelity Simulator is a system that works with TeamTalk as a set of virtual Boeing Treasure Hunt configured MOAST robots running in a USARSim theater.

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