Human space exploration creates unique challenges and opportunities for many scientific disciplines. From the human-agent interaction perspective, these require significant advances in the way that agents model, adapt and personalize their behavior to individual astronauts and groups of astronauts. In this paper, we highlight the key challenges and opportunities that human space exploration provides to the agent and UMAP communities and present two avenues for future research. We further propose a viable way to explore these challenges and opportunities through the world-wide analogue space programs which solicit research proposals from all scientific disciplines.
|Original language||American English|
|Title of host publication||The 27th ACM Conference On User Modelling, Adaptation And Personalization|
|State||Published - 2019|