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    Two generations of robots for human-robot interaction research

    Uploaded on Jan 15, 2009

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    Human-robot interaction

    Published on Apr 10, 2014

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    Giving personality to a stalking machine

    Published on Jun 23, 2015

    What happens when people walking down the street get stalked by a toy lawnmower? Are we terrorized or totally cool with that?

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    Piggybacking robots: overtrust in human-robot security dynamics

    A senior thesis, presented by Serena Booth to the Computer Science department of Harvard SEAS, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in the subject of Computer Science.
    Thesis advised by Prof. Radhika Nagpal, and read by Prof. Jim Waldo and Prof. Krzysztof Gajos.
    "In automation we trust: senior thesis project examines concept of over-trusting robotic systems"

    by Harvard SEAS
    May 26, 2016

    Piggybacking Robots: Human-Robot Overtrust in University Dormitory Security

    Published on Jan 25, 2017

    Can overtrust in robots compromise physical security? We conducted a series of experiments in which a robot positioned outside a secure-access student dormitory asked passersby to assist it to gain access. We found individual participants were comparably likely to assist the robot in exiting (40% assistance rate) as in entering (19%). When the robot was disguised as a food delivery agent for the fictional start-up Robot Grub, individuals were more likely to assist the robot in entering (76%). Groups of people were more likely than individuals to assist the robot in entering (71%). Lastly, we found participants who identified the robot as a bomb threat were just as likely to open the door (87%) as those who did not. Thus, we demonstrate that overtrust—the unfounded belief that the robot does not intend to deceive or carry risk—can represent a significant threat to physical security.

    Serena Booth, James Tompkin, Krzysztof Z. Gajos, Jim Waldo, Hanspeter Pfister, and Radhika Nagpal. Piggybacking robots: Human-robot overtrust in university dormitory security. In Proceedings of HRI'17, 2017. To appear.

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    Robot kindergarten teaches droids of the future

    Published on May 26, 2016

    Less than 100 years from now, robots will be friendly, useful participants in our homes and workplaces, predicts UBC mechanical engineering professor and robotics expert Elizabeth Croft.
    "‘Robot kindergarten’ trains droids of the future"

    by University of British Columbia
    May 27, 201

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    Article "AutomatonRoboticsHome Robots"
    Study: You'll Love Your Robot More If You Assemble It Yourself

    by Evan Ackerman
    June 15, 2016

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    Article "Infographic: The making of a collaborative robot"

    by the National Science Foundation (NSF)
    June 10, 2016

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    Robot's concave eyes look like they're following you

    Published on Mar 29, 2017

    The design feature could improve interactions with robots by making many people feel like they're being looked at.
    "Robot has eyes designed to follow you around like the Mona Lisa"

    by Timothy Revell
    March 29, 2017

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