Auditory Perspective Taking
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Auditory perspective taking is imagining being in another’s place, and predicting what they are able to hear and how it will affect their general comprehension. From this knowledge of another’s auditory perspective, a conversational partner can then adapt his or her auditory output to overcome a variety of environmental challenges and insure that what is said is intelligible. In this poster presentation, we explore this concept of auditory perspective taking for a robot speech interface.