Stanford Intelligent and Interactive Autonomous Systems Group (ILIAD) develops algorithms for AI agents that safely and reliably interact with people. Our mission is to develop theoretical foundations for human-robot and human-AI interaction. Our group is focused on: 1) formalizing interaction and developing new learning and control algorithms for interactive systems inspired by tools and techniques from game theory, cognitive science, optimization, and representation learning, and 2) developing practical robotics algorithms that enable robots to safely and seamlessly coordinate, collaborate, compete, or influence humans.
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|Jan 13, 2021:||Our paper titled "On the Critical Role of Conventions in Adaptive Human-AI Collaboration" got accepted at the 9th International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR)!|
|Dec 23, 2020:||Our paper titled "Incentivizing Routing Choices for Safe and Efficient Transportation in the Face of the COVID-19 Pandemic" got accepted at the 12th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems (ICCPS)!|
|Nov 19, 2020:||We are organizing Bay Area Robotics Symposium (BARS) 2020 together with Mark Mueller. It will be on November 20. Live stream and more details are on the event web site: https://bars2020.github.io/.|
|Nov 19, 2020:||Dorsa gave a keynote talk at the 4th Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL) on "Walking the Boundary of Learning and Interaction". See her talk here.|
|Nov 19, 2020:||Check Stanford HAI's blog post about our reserch on "Learning Latent Representations to Influence Multi-Agent Interaction" here.|