Building a long term human-robot relationship: how emotional interaction plays a key role in attachment

Biswas, Mriganka and Murray, John (2013) Building a long term human-robot relationship: how emotional interaction plays a key role in attachment. In: Fourth EUCogIII Members Conference, 23-24 October 2013, Falmer/Brighton.

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Abstract

The current research aims to develop a system for long-term relationships with a robot, based on emotional interaction. The first experiment of the research is to prove the hypothesis, which is, 'can a robot can engage with a user in a long-term relationship based on emotions?' This demonstrates the important aspects of human-human and human-robot interaction. This experiment is being conducted with the robot head called ERWIN (Emotional Robot With Interactive Networks), which is capable of simple prototypical emotions and will be conducted via a simple ‘wizard of oz’ procedure.

Keywords:HRI, robotics
Subjects:H Engineering > H671 Robotics
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:17178
Deposited On:19 Apr 2015 19:44

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