Making Place for Social Norms in the Design of Human-Robot Interaction

Brinck, Ingar; Balkenius, Christian; Johansson, Birger (2016). Making Place for Social Norms in the Design of Human-Robot Interaction In . Seibt, Joanna; Nørskov, M.; Schack Andersen, S. (Eds.). Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 290,, 303 - 312: IOS Press
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Book Chapter | Published | English
Authors:
Brinck, Ingar ; Balkenius, Christian ; Johansson, Birger
Editors:
Seibt, Joanna ; Nørskov, M. ; Schack Andersen, S.
Department:
Theoretical Philosophy
CogComlab
Cognitive Science
LUCS Robotics Group
Functional zoology
Research Group:
CogComlab
LUCS Robotics Group
Abstract:
We argue that social robots should be designed to behave similarly to humans, and furthermore that social norms constitute the core of human interaction. Whether robots can be designed to behave in human-like ways turns on whether they can be designed to organize and coordinate their behavior with others’ social expectations. We suggest that social norms regulate interaction in real time, where
agents relies on dynamic information about their own and others’ attention, intention and emotion to perform social tasks.
Keywords:
Social Sciences Interdisciplinary ; Human Aspects of ICT
ISBN:
978-1-61499-708-5
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