|Title:||The interaction between human and the home service robot on a daily life cycle||Authors:||HSIU-PING YUEH
|Keywords:||communication | culture | home service robots | human robot interaction||Issue Date:||1-Aug-2013||Journal Volume:||8024 LNCS||Journal Issue:||PART 2||Start page/Pages:||175-181||Source:||Lecture Notes in Computer Science||Abstract:||
The objective of this paper is to explore the perceived roles of home service robots between different cultures. Human preferences on interaction modes and features of a home service robot were investigated in this ongoing study. Results of the study indicated a complicated issue related to the acceptance and reliability of a social robot. And participants from Taiwan and Japan reflected their preferences on communication matters in function, service, interaction, appearance, likability, and trust issues. Participants from both cultures preferred home service robot to provide information over social services, while Taiwanese participants possessed significant preference on scheduling/planning function. For the future needs of home service robots, Taiwanese participants preferred entertainment service robots, and Japanese participants preferred caretaker robots. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
5th International Conference on Cross-Cultural Design: Cultural Differences in Everyday Life, CCD 2013, Held as Part of HCI International 2013; Las Vegas, NV; United States; 21 July 2013 到 26 July 2013
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