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Human-robot personal relationships [electronic resource] : third international conference, HRPR 2010 Leiden, the Netherlands, June 23-24, 2010 : revised selected papers /
[edited by] Maarten H. Lamers, Fons J. Verbeek.
imprint
Berlin : Springer, 2011.
description
x, 138 p. : ill., chart ; 21 cm.
ISBN
3642193846, 9783642193842
format(s)
Book
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Summaries
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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Third International Conference on Human-Robot Personal Relationships, held in Leiden, The Netherlands, in June 2010. The 16 revised full papers presented together with 2 invited papers and 1 keynote lecture were carefully reviewed and selected from 22 submissions. The papers feature and discuss studies of personal relationships with artificial partners, their formation, their possibilities and their consequences. Such personal relationships are increasingly attracting attention from scientific fields as (social) robotics, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, psychology, philosophy, sociology.
Main Description
The LNICST series constitutes the publication platform for conferences, symposia and workshops sponsored by the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (ICST).
Main Description
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Third International Conference on Human-Robot Personal Relationships, held in Leiden, The Netherlands, in June 2010.The 16 revised full papers presented together with 2 invited papers and 1 keynote lecture were carefully reviewed and selected from 22 submissions. The papers feature and discuss studies of personalrelationships with artificial partners, their formation, their possibilities and their consequences. Such personal relationships are increasingly attracting attention from scientific fields as (social) robotics, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, psychology, philosophy, sociology.
Table of Contents
Loving Machines: Theorizing Human and Sociable-Technology Interactionp. 1
Towards a Sociological Understanding of Robots as Companionsp. 11
The Development of an Online Research Tool to Investigate Children's Social Bonds with Robotsp. 19
Spatial Sounds (lOOdB at lOOkm/h) in the Context of Human Robot Personal Relationshipsp. 27
Interaction between Task Oriented and Affective Information Processing in Cognitive Roboticsp. 34
Children's Perception and Interpretation of Robots and Robot Behaviourp. 42
Can Children Have a Relationship with a Robot?p. 49
From Speech to Emotional Interaction: EmotiRob Projectp. 57
Investigation on Requirements of Robotic Platforms to Teach Social Skills to Individuals with Autismp. 65
ôAdventures of Harveyö - Use, Acceptance of and Relationship Building with a Social Robot in a Domestic Environmentp. 74
The Potential of Socially Assistive Robotics in Care for Elderly, a Systematic Reviewp. 83
The Yume Project: Artists and Androidsp. 90
Digital Adultery, ôMeta-Anon Widows,ö Real-World Divorce, and the Need for a Virtual Sexual Ethicp. 98
Modeling Mixed Groups of Humans and Robots with Reflexive Game Theoryp. 108
A Design Process for Lovoticsp. 118
Talking to Robots: On the Linguistic Construction of Personal Human-Robot Relationsp. 126
Using Empathy to Improve Human-Robot Relationshipsp. 130
Author Indexp. 139
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