Citation: Shafkat Kibria and Thomas Hellström, Voice User Interface in Robotics? Common Issues and Problems. Proceedings of IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland Chapter 6th Conference on Cybernetic Systems, September 6-7, 2007 University College Dublin, Ireland, pp. 69 – 73
Abstract: The area of human machine interaction and machine intelligence in a social context is interesting and challenging to the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics community. The issue of developing humanoid robots with human-like perception is, for example, described in Brooks  research. Humans have five classical senses and sensors-vision, hearing, touch, smell, and taste, by which they perceive the surrounding world. This paper presents experiences resulting from experiments in introducing the “hearing” perception, using Speech Recognition technology in Robotics control .