Child–Robot Interaction: Social Bonding, Learning and Ethics
Conference contribution, 2014

This workshop aims to exchange experiences with issues surrounding Child-Robot Interaction. More specifically, the main aims are to discuss how social bonding between children and robots can be evaluated, how robots can be used to aid children in their learning process, but also what ethical issues arise when children learn from and bond with a robot. Another aim is to discuss how teachers’ and caretakers’ perspectives on children’s use of robots should be taken into account when designing and evaluating robots for children.

Robots

Learning

Social Bonding

Ethics

Children

Author

Wolmet Barendregt

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers), Learning, Communication and IT

Sofia Serholt

Chalmers, Applied Information Technology (Chalmers), Interaction Design (Chalmers)

Ana Paiva

Patricia Alves-Oliveira

Arvid Kappas

Christina Basedow

Asimina Vasalou

International Conference on Interaction Design & Children
Aarhus, Denmark,

Subject Categories

Interaction Technologies

Pedagogy

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Created

8/17/2018