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SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR AUTOMATED PASSIVE ASSESSMENT OF VISUOSPATIAL MEMORY AND/OR SALIENCE

Issued Nov 18, 2021 - US 20210353208 A1

Techniques are provided for determining a qualitative, quantitative and/or categorical assessment of one or more users and/or images with respect to one or more populations. The eye movement data of the user may be obtained with respect to each image of the one or more images displayed for a period of time. One or more memory performance measures and/or one or more salience performance measures may be determined using the eye movement data with respect to the one or more regions of the one or more images for one or more of predetermined time ranges of the period of time. The quantitative, qualitative and/or categorical assessment of the user and/or images presented may be determined with respect to one or more populations, using the one or more memory performance measures and/or one or more salience performance measures.

METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR FACILITATING INTERACTIONS BETWEEN A ROBOT AND A USER

Issued Dec 19, 2017 - US 9846843 B2

Methods and systems for facilitating interactions between a robot and user are provided. The system may include a robot and an electronic device communicatively coupled to the robot. The robot may include a plurality of actuators ones of which are configured to cause a mechanical action of at least one component of the robot, a plurality of interaction inducing components operatively connected to corresponding ones of the plurality of actuators, at least one sensor configured to detect at least one action of a user, a processor, and a memory coupled to the processor, the memory including computer readable program code embodied therein that, when executed by the processor, causes the processor to: receive a task; identify, based on similarity to the task received, a similar task from a database stored in the memory, the database including at least one stored task-solution pair; execute the solution associated with the similar task; and store a new task-solution pair responsive to the robot performing a solution relating to the task.

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