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10/21 "Navigating a social world with robot partners: A quantitative cartography of the Uncanny Valley" - Andreas Tsiaras
In "Navigating a social world with robot partners: A quantitative cartography of the Uncanny Valley," Maya Mathur and David Reichling discuss the potential existence of an Uncanny Valley (UV) where imperfect human-likeness promotes dislike, and how t (More)
10/21 Navigating a social world with robot partners: A quantitative cartography of the Uncanny Valley - Cherry
In “Navigating a social world with robot partners: A quantitative cartography of the Uncanny Valley”, Mathur and Reichling designed a lot of experiments to indicate that the Uncanny Valley is a real influence on humans’ perceptions of robots as socia (More)
10/21 "Keeping Together Long Distance Families" -Bridget Hall
In Keeping Together Long Distance Families: Technology as a Social Actor, author Mădălina Ionescu examines the benefits that technology advancements has had on long distance families.  Ionescu’s study focused on Romanian children whose parents wor (More)
10/21: Elon Musk - Falyn Goldstein
In Maynard’s Elon Musk’s Tesla Bot Raises Serious Concerns, details on Elon Musk’s humanoid robot are discussed. As Elon Musk has shifted the AI technological world, he is now planning to create and roll out a Tesla Bot for everyday needs. This Te (More)
10/21- Teachers as Robots and Robots as Teachers- Caleigh Avramis
In Robots in the classroom: Difference in student’s perceptions of credibility and learning between: “teacher as robot” and “robot as teacher”, the author Et. Al discusses that robots as teachers and teachers as robots are both effective and credible (More)
Max Fern - "Navigating a social world with robot partners: A quantitative cartography of the Uncanny Valley" (10/21)
In “Navigating a social world with robot partners: A quantitative cartography of the Uncanny Valley”, Mather and Reichling argue that there is a hypothetical uncanny valley (UV) in which imperfect human-likeness evokes feelings of dislike and hatred. (More)
10/21 - Orphan Risks: Elon Musk’s Tesla Bot Raises Serious Concerns – But Probably Not the Ones You Think - Grayson Begier
In Orphan Risks: Elon Musk’s Tesla Bot Raises Serious Concerns – But Probably Not the Ones You Think, Maynard discusses the ‘orphan risks’ of Tesla’s Bot and the concerns raised from Elon Musk’s latest innovation. The orphan risks associated with the (More)
10/21 Orphan Risks: Elon Musk’s Tesla Bot Raises Serious Concerns – But Probably Not the Ones You Think - Leah Montgomery
In Orphan Risks: Elon Musk’s Tesla Bot Raises Serious Concerns - But Probably Not the Ones You Think, Andrew Maynard discusses the trajectory of concerns for the newest AI in the technology industry, the Tesla Bot. This humanoid robot is designed to (More)
10/21 "Keeping Together Long Distance Families: Technology as a Social Actor" - Deirdre Kelshaw
In “Keeping Together Long Distance Families: Technology as a Social Actor,” independent researcher Madalina Ioescu focuses on families separated by economic migration and argues that children, parents and grandparents feel less separated when using d (More)
10/21 - Robots in the classroom: Differences in students’ perceptions of credibility and learning between “teacher as robot” and “robot as teacher”
In Robots in the classroom: Differences in students’ perceptions of credibility and learning between “teacher as robot” and “robot as teacher”, Edwards et. al argue that teachers as robots and robots as teachers are both “credible” forms of instructi (More)
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