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Method and System for Protocol Oriented Behavior of Robot Interfaces in Cognitive Models

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000247234D
Publication Date: 2016-Aug-17
Document File: 3 page(s) / 60K

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Disclosed is a method and system for enabling cognitive robots to interact naturally with humans in accordance with established protocol and hierarchy of an organization, family and society.

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Method and System for Protocol Oriented Behavior of Robot Interfaces in Cognitive Models

Industry trend is emerging towards "Cognitive models" enabled via a Big Data platform. Such models termed as "Cognitive entities" (CE) are aimed to remember the past, interact with humans, continuously learn and refine the responses for future. One of the key interfaces of Cognitive models is rendered through cognitive robots.

A cognitive Robot assistant can continue a conversation with leads by interacting with humans in a more natural way. However, the interactions are uniform and do not follow any protocol and hierarchy as set by culture of an organization or a family.

The method and system disclosed herein align such interactions with such established protocol and hierarchy. Accordingly, the system enables cognitive Robots (CRs) to behave in a much more refined way complying with the protocols.

The system inputs organization structure within a CR OS and map voluntary actions to align with the protocol hierarchy. Similarly, for a family, personal circle structure is embedded and appropriate manifestation and channel components are mapped. On the similar lines, for open environment, OS is configured to leverage external functions to identify a celebrity or VIP and map the manifestation and align the interactions.

Figure 1 illustrates a flow chat of modeling CR in-runtime to align interactions with the protocols and hierarchies for a group that could be an organization group or a family group.


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Figure 1

Figure 2 illustrates a culture template based CR modeler.


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Figure 2

As illustrated, the...