Look Like Me: Matching Robot Personality via Gaze to Increase Motivation

@inproceedings{Andrist2015LookLM,
  title={Look Like Me: Matching Robot Personality via Gaze to Increase Motivation},
  author={Sean Andrist and Bilge Mutlu and Adriana Tapus},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2015}
}
Socially assistive robots are envisioned to provide social and cognitive assistance where they will seek to motivate and engage people in therapeutic activities. Due to their physicality, robots serve as a powerful technology for motivating people. Prior work has shown that effective motivation requires adaption to user needs and characteristics, but how robots might successfully achieve such adaptation is still unknown. In this paper, we present work on matching a robot's personality-expressed… CONTINUE READING

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