Qualcom : une expérience sur la qualification des comportements d’une lampe robotique

Abstract : Many roboticists are convinced that the humanization of machines will make the communication between humans and robots easier. However, despite their efforts to understand which basic social elements are needed to build a natural relationship with them, social robots always trig uncanny feelings. Taking an experiment in human-robot interaction as an example, we will study how the participants comment the activity of a robotic lamp. This study will show how its movements are interpreted, how its nature is considered and how it is subject to a strong variation during the interaction. Looking closely how participants engage themselves in a difficult exercise of reconstruction of the sense, we will see that such an interaction rely not that much on a particular projection of human attributes on perceived movements but rather on a complex set of analogies.
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Joffrey Becker, Virginie Andre, Alain Dutech. Qualcom : une expérience sur la qualification des comportements d’une lampe robotique. Techniques & culture : Revue semestrielle d’anthropologie des techniques, Éditions de l’EHESS, 2019. ⟨hal-02150276⟩



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