file.pdf (245.34 kB)

Effects of Robot Capability on User Acceptance

Download (245.34 kB)
journal contribution
posted on 01.03.2013 by Elizabeth Cha, Anca Dragan, Siddhartha Srinivasa

Although personal robots hold great promise, they face many barriers to being accepted and adopted in our homes [1]–[3]. As these robots are expected to perform personal tasks, their burden of trustworthiness is far greater than that of service or industrial robots. Several studies have explored our acceptance of robots, studying factors such as natural interaction via speech [4], gaze [5], and appearance [4], expectation setting via apologizing [6], and predictability of behavior [1].

History

Date

01/03/2013

Exports

Exports