Welcome to the HCMI Wiki. HCMI stands for Human Centered Machine Intelligence. The HCMI research lab at the Computer Science Department of Brigham Young University is under the direction of Prof. Michael Goodrich. We believe that the ultimate purpose of intelligent machines (robots and AI systems) is to serve humans. Therefore, it is important for machines to fit in with human environments and human procedures/processes/models. A well-designed and task-appropriate Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) method can improve task performance and allows intelligent machines to better support/facilitate human tasks. Sponsors of current and previous work include the NSF, DARPA, ARL, ONR, and INL.
Joe Hoehne, Andrew Wallace, Dhruv M. Saxena, Tanis Reed, Nathan Wonnacott Mike Roscheck, Timothy Major, Yisong Guo, Tyler Gill, Philip Cook, Clayton Lemons, Spencer Gardner, Michelle Farmer, Robert Brown, Amy Glaves, Jon Whetten, Sukhbat Tumur-Ochir, Jonathan Link, Mercedes Kurtz, Mario Alberto Garcia, Abe Austin, Curtis Nielsen and Ben Hardin, Jacob Crandall, Joseph Cooper, Morgan Quigley, Brian Buss, Nathan Rackliffe, Bob Ricks, Alan Olsen now with Anybots, Jeff Stimpson, Tom Palmer