ANTHROPOMORPHIC INTERACTIONS WITH A ROBOT ANTHROPOMORPHIC INTERACTIONS WITH A ROBOT AND ROBOT – LIKE AGENT

@inproceedings{Kiesler2008ANTHROPOMORPHICIW,
  title={ANTHROPOMORPHIC INTERACTIONS WITH A ROBOT ANTHROPOMORPHIC INTERACTIONS WITH A ROBOT AND ROBOT – LIKE AGENT},
  author={Sara Kiesler and Aaron Powers and Susan R. Fussell and Cristen Torrey},
  year={2008}
}
People’s physical embodiment and presence increase their salience and importance. We predicted people would anthropomorphize an embodied humanoid robot more than a robot–like agent, and a collocated more than a remote robot. A robot or robot–like agent interviewed participants about their health. Participants were either present with the robot/agent, or interacted remotely with the robot/agent projected life–size on a screen. Participants were more engaged, disclosed less undesirable behavior… CONTINUE READING
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