Initiating Interactions and Negotiating Approach: A Robotic Trash Can in the Field

Kerstin Fischer, Stephen Yang, Brian Mok, Rohan Maheshwari, David Sirkin, Wendy Ju

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Abstrakt

In this study, we address how people respond to a robotic trashcan initiating interactions and offering its service. We show that considerable coordination and negotiation work takes place both between human and robot and between humans who are involved in a joint activity when the robot approaches. While in this scenario attention getting was no problem, the interactions posed significant problems to people who did not want the robot's service. The unwillingness to interact with the robot was mostly communicated by withholding social signals, which means that human-robot interaction designers not only need to build in ways to respond to human social signals in a timely and appropriate manner, but also a representation of what kinds of signals could be expected in order to interpret the ostensive lack of such signals adequately.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelTurn-Taking and Coordination in Human-Machine Interaction : Papers from the 2015 AAAI Spring Symposium
RedaktørerSean Andrist, Dan Bohus, Eric Horvitz, Bilge Mutlu, David Schlangen
UdgivelsesstedPalo Alto
ForlagAAAI Press
Publikationsdato2015
Sider10-16
ISBN (Trykt)978-1-57735-711-7
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781577357117
StatusUdgivet - 2015
BegivenhedAAAI Symposium on Turn-taking and Coordination in Human-Machine Interaction - Stanford, USA
Varighed: 23. mar. 201525. mar. 2015

Konference

KonferenceAAAI Symposium on Turn-taking and Coordination in Human-Machine Interaction
LandUSA
ByStanford
Periode23/03/201525/03/2015
NavnTechnical Report
NummerSS-15-07

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