Students' Attitudes towards the Possible Future of Social Robots in Education

@inproceedings{Serholt2014StudentsAT,
  title={Students' Attitudes towards the Possible Future of Social Robots in Education},
  author={Sofia Serholt and Wolmet Barendregt},
  booktitle={RO-MAN 2014},
  year={2014}
}
Ethical considerations as well as users’ attitudes and perceptions of robots are increasingly being explored using a variety of methods. Considering the views of key stakeholders, and allowing such views to shape technology, is a prerequisite for the future of robotics. Yet, eliciting such views in a situation where participants have no frame of reference is no easy task. In our field of educational robotics, we are currently exploring ways in which to highlight potential ethical concerns and… CONTINUE READING

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