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Communication Robots in Real Environments InTech
Masahiro Shiomi; Takayuki Kanda; Hiroshi Ishiguro; Norihiro Hagita.
We have developed an interactive robot system that combines autonomous robots and ubiquitous sensors. The system guided visitors through a science museum with human-like interaction, such as calling their names in a free-play behaviour and explaining exhibits with voice and gestures. In a two-month exhibition, 91,107 people visited the Osaka Science Museum, 11,927 of whom wore RFID tags to participate in the field trial. The results from questionnaires revealed that almost all of the visitors evaluated these robots highly.
Tipo: 29 Palavras-chave: Humanoid Robots; Human-like Machines.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/communication_robots_in_real_environments
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Exploratory Investigation into Influence of Negative Attitudes toward Robots on Human-Robot Interaction InTech
Tatsuya Nomura; Takayuki Kanda; Tomohiro Suzuki; Kensuke Kato.
This chapter provided the concept of negative attitudes toward robots and a measurement method for them, "Negative Attitudes toward Robots Scale (NARS)", as a psychological index in research on human-robot interaction. Then, it showed the results of some experiments and social research by using this psychological scale. The results implicated by the NARS show the efficiency of this scale in both human-robot interaction experiments and social research. They revealed that attitudes toward robots are related to behaviours toward them, these attitudes are different depending on situations and assumptions about robots, and there may be gender differences associated with them. These implications may contribute to design issues of communication robots and...
Tipo: 11 Palavras-chave: Mobile Robots: towards New Applications.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/exploratory_investigation_into_influence_of_negative_attitudes_toward_robots_on_human-robot_interact
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What People Assume about Robots: Cross-Cultural Analysis between Japan, Korea, and the USA InTech
Tatsuya Nomura; Tomohiro Suzuki; Takayuki Kanda; Jeonghye Han; Namin Shin; Jennifer Burke; Kensuke Kato.
4.1 Findings The results of the cross-cultural research imply several differences on robot assumptions between Japan, Korea, and the USA. First, the results of section 3.1 show that the students in the three countries commonly did not assume autonomy and emotional capacity of the robots except for small humanoids, human-size humanoids, and pet-type robots. Moreover, they show that the Japanese students assumed higher autonomy of human-size humanoids than the Korean and USA students, and the Japanese and USA students assumed higher emotional capacity of humansize humanoids than the Korean students, although the USA students did not assume emotional capacity of small-size humanoids as well as the Japanese and Korean students. These facts imply that the...
Tipo: 15 Palavras-chave: Human Robot Interaction.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/what_people_assume_about_robots__cross-cultural_analysis_between_japan__korea__and_the_usa
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