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Perceptions and Responsiveness to Intimacy with Robots; A User Evaluation

Edirisinghe, Chamari; Cheok, Adrian David; Khougali, Nosiba;
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  • Published: 25 Feb 2018
  • Publisher: Springer International Publishing
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
In human-robot interactions research it is significant to question what measures humans will take to contest the challenges and what will become of them. Levy hypothesizes that robots will stimulate human senses with their many capabilities and humans will accept them as intimate companions because the human perception of intimacy will transform to accommodate various nuances. However, the question remains, how much humans understand and accept intimacies with robots. We argue that perceptions of human-robot interactions (HRI) and intimate interactions with robots have a certain impact on how individuals comprehend intimacies with robots. Long term contact with ...
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free text keywords: Robot, CONTEST, Perception, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Internet privacy, business.industry, business, Psychology
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