Socially Impaired Robots: Human Social Disorders and Robots' Socio-Emotional Intelligence

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Vitale, Jonathan; Williams, Mary-Anne; Johnston, Benjamin;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-11973-1_36
  • Subject: Computer Science - Human-Computer Interaction | Computer Science - Computers and Society | Computer Science - Robotics

Social robots need intelligence in order to safely coexist and interact with humans. Robots without functional abilities in understanding others and unable to empathise might be a societal risk and they may lead to a society of socially impaired robots. In this work we ... View more
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