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Designing sociable robots
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A sociable robot of the future, a synthetic creature and not merely a sophisticated tool. Expand
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Emotion and sociable humanoid robots
  • C. Breazeal
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Hum. Comput. Stud.
  • 1 July 2003
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This paper focuses on the role of emotion and expressive behavior in regulating social interaction between humans and expressive anthropomorphic robots, either in communicative or teaching scenarios. Expand
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Toward sociable robots
  • C. Breazeal
  • Computer Science
  • Robotics Auton. Syst.
  • 31 March 2003
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We use the vocal turn-taking behavior of our robot, Kismet, as a case study to highlight these points. Expand
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The cog project: building a humanoid robot
To explore issues of developmental structure, physical embodiment, integration of multiple sensory and motor systems, and social interaction, we have constructed an upper-torso humanoid robot calledExpand
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Teachable robots: Understanding human teaching behavior to build more effective robot learners
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This paper presents a series of five experiments analyzing the scenario of a human teaching a virtual robot to perform a novel task within a reinforcementbased learning framework. Expand
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Affective Learning — A Manifesto
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The use of the computer as a model, metaphor, and modelling tool has tended to privilege the 'cognitive' over the 'affective' by engendering theories in which thinking and learning are viewed as information processing and affect is ignored or marginalised. Expand
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Social interactions in HRI: the robot view
  • C. Breazeal
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and…
  • 1 May 2004
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This paper explores the topic of human-robot interaction (HRI) from the perspective of designing sociable autonomous robots-robots designed to interact with people in a human-like way. Expand
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Effects of nonverbal communication on efficiency and robustness in human-robot teamwork
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Nonverbal communication plays an important role in coordinating teammates' actions for collaborative activities. Expand
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Effect of a robot on user perceptions
  • C. Kidd, C. Breazeal
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent…
  • 28 September 2004
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Social robots are robots that help people as capable partners rather than as tools, are believed to be of greatest use for applications in entertainment, education, and healthcare because of their potential to be perceived as trusting, helpful, reliable, and engaging. Expand
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Infant-like Social Interactions between a Robot and a Human Caregiver
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In this paper, we present a mechanism for an autonomous robot to regulate the intensity of its social interactions with a human. Expand
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