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Ethological evaluation of Human-Robot Interaction: are children more efficient and motivated with computer, virtual agent or robots?

Céline Jost 1 Vanessa André 2 Brigitte Le Pévédic 1 Alban Lemasson 2, 3 Martine Hausberger 2 Dominique Duhaut 1
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Lab-STICC - Laboratoire des sciences et techniques de l'information, de la communication et de la connaissance
Abstract : Nowadays, robots and virtual agents become companions for humans. They seem to have distinct roles in the Human-Machine Interaction. Thus, when developing a new application, it is judicious to wonder which the better is. In the Robadom project, a homecare robot has to assist elderly at home. The robot provides cognitive stimulation game. We developed StimCards, a cognitive card-based game. The principle question is: is the robot the best interlocutor in this context? This paper presents an evaluation of StimCards. Participants are children because French elderly is reluctant to robots and because they will be the future hypothetical users.
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Céline Jost, Vanessa André, Brigitte Le Pévédic, Alban Lemasson, Martine Hausberger, et al.. Ethological evaluation of Human-Robot Interaction: are children more efficient and motivated with computer, virtual agent or robots?. IEEE ROBIO 2012 - IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics2012, Dec 2012, Guangzhou, China. pp.1368-1373. ⟨hal-00745660⟩

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