(Un-)Biasing the Morphologies of Affect for HRI Purposes†
AbstractOne fundamental aspect of Human-Robot Interactions is the role of the morphologies of both humans and machines. Basically, humans are naturalistically oriented towards the social interaction with other humans. Taking into account that fact that human morphologies run a social role, and that affection or emotion are fundamental aspects of the eco-cognitive and social processes, this talk tries to relate some classic and current challenges related to HRI: moral bias, emotional role into HRI, and dynamical morphologies in transhumanist scenarios.
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Vallverdú, J. (Un-)Biasing the Morphologies of Affect for HRI Purposes. Proceedings 2017, 1, 177.
Vallverdú J. (Un-)Biasing the Morphologies of Affect for HRI Purposes. Proceedings. 2017; 1(3):177.Chicago/Turabian Style
Vallverdú, Jordi. 2017. "(Un-)Biasing the Morphologies of Affect for HRI Purposes." Proceedings 1, no. 3: 177.
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