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Social acceptability of opportunistic behaviour of an assistant robot in human–robot everyday collaboration

Abstract : In dynamically changing environment, an autonomous robot and human, performing a joint task together, should take decisions depending on many factors. A fundamental feature of human decision–taking is opportunism, and in this paper we explore how socially acceptable is opportunistic behaviour of robot in every day life situation with human interaction. We conducted a pilot study to assess whether a robot using opportunities is regarded as a better companion. Showing videos of a simulated robot, we asked for personal evaluations of subjective factors as helpfulness, politeness and competency.
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Nataliia Kushnirenko, Alexandra Kirsch. Social acceptability of opportunistic behaviour of an assistant robot in human–robot everyday collaboration. Workshop ``Planen, Scheduling und Konfigurieren, Entwerfen', 2014, Stuttgart, Germany. ⟨hal-01691689⟩

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