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An Initial Framework to Unpack Long-Term Acceptance of Robots at Home

@inproceedings{Sung2010AnIF,
  title={An Initial Framework to Unpack Long-Term Acceptance of Robots at Home},
  author={Ja-Young Sung and Rebecca E. Grinter and Henrik I. Christensen},
  year={2010}
}
It has been recognized that long-term effects ex- ist in the interaction with robotic technologies. Despite this recognition, we still know little about how the temporal ef- fects are associated with domestic robots. To bridge this gap, we undertook a long-term field study. We distributed Roomba vacuuming robots to 30 households, and observed the use over six months. During this study, which spans over 149 home visits, we identified how householders accepted robots as a part of the households… CONTINUE READING

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