The Interactive Robotics and Language lab is a research laboratory in UMBC's Computer Science & Electrical Engineering department. We study robotics and natural language processing, with the goal of bringing the fields together: developing robots that everyday people can talk to, telling them to do tasks or about the world around them. This approach to learning to understand language in the physical space that people and robots occupy is called grounded language acquisition.
This page is for maintaining internal documentation. For more about the group, see our IRAL Lab Web Page.
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