Toward a hybrid society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents

Ferrari F, Eyssel FA (2016)
In: Social Robotics. Agah A, Cabibihan J-J, Howard AM, Salichs MA, He H (Eds); Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI), 9979. Heidelberg/ Berlin: Springer: 909-918.

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Social robots are machines developed to interact with humans. Unlike other technological devices, their presence in society requires accepting and treating them as social agents. This has important implications in terms of social changes for humans’ personal and social identity, and social interactions. We aim to explain the core features that characterize social robots by highlighting what makes them distinct from other types of innovative technology. Equally important, we illustrate how social psychology can provide a useful perspective to understand human-robot interactions. To do so, we focus on studies that have investigated the role of intergroup relations and social identity in the context of human-machine interactions to demonstrate that robots may comprise a new type of social outgroup in future society.
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Titel des Konferenzbandes
Social Robotics
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9979
Seite
909-918
Konferenz
8th International Conference, ICSR 2016
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Kansas City, MO, USA
Konferenzdatum
2016-11-01 – 2016-11-03
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Ferrari F, Eyssel FA. Toward a hybrid society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents. In: Agah A, Cabibihan J-J, Howard AM, Salichs MA, He H, eds. Social Robotics. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI). Vol 9979. Heidelberg/ Berlin: Springer; 2016: 909-918.
Ferrari, F., & Eyssel, F. A. (2016). Toward a hybrid society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents. In A. Agah, J. - J. Cabibihan, A. M. Howard, M. A. Salichs, & H. He (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI): Vol. 9979. Social Robotics (pp. 909-918). Heidelberg/ Berlin: Springer.
Ferrari, F., and Eyssel, F. A. (2016). “Toward a hybrid society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents” in Social Robotics, Agah, A., Cabibihan, J. - J., Howard, A. M., Salichs, M. A., and He, H. eds. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI), vol. 9979, (Heidelberg/ Berlin: Springer), 909-918.
Ferrari, F., & Eyssel, F.A., 2016. Toward a hybrid society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents. In A. Agah, et al., eds. Social Robotics. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI). no.9979 Heidelberg/ Berlin: Springer, pp. 909-918.
F. Ferrari and F.A. Eyssel, “Toward a hybrid society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents”, Social Robotics, A. Agah, et al., eds., Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI), vol. 9979, Heidelberg/ Berlin: Springer, 2016, pp.909-918.
Ferrari, F., Eyssel, F.A.: Toward a hybrid society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents. In: Agah, A., Cabibihan, J.-J., Howard, A.M., Salichs, M.A., and He, H. (eds.) Social Robotics. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI). 9979, p. 909-918. Springer, Heidelberg/ Berlin (2016).
Ferrari, Francesco, and Eyssel, Friederike Anne. “Toward a hybrid society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents”. Social Robotics. Ed. Arvin Agah, John-John Cabibihan, Ayanna M. Howard, Miguel A. Salichs, and Hongsheng He. Heidelberg/ Berlin: Springer, 2016.Vol. 9979. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI). 909-918.

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