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Can Robots Impact Human Comfortability During a Live Interview?

Redondo, Maria Elena Lechuga; Sciutti, Alessandra; Incao, Sara; Rea, Francesco; Niewiadomski, Radoslaw


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Interaction among humans does not always proceed without errors; situations might happen in which a wrong word or attitude can cause the partner to feel uneasy. However, humans are often very sensitive to these interaction failures and may be able to fix them.&lt;/p&gt;

&lt;p&gt;Our research aims to endow robots with the same skill. Thus the first step, presented in this short paper, investigates to what extent a humanoid robot can impact someone&amp;rsquo;s Comfortability in a realistic setting. To capture natural reactions, a set of real interviews performed by the humanoid robot iCub (acting as the interviewer) were organized. The interviews were designed in collaboration with a journalist from the press office of our institution and are meant to appear on the official institutional online magazine. The dialogue along with fluent human-like robotic actions were chosen not only to gather information about the participants&amp;rsquo; personal interests and professional career, necessary for the magazine column, but also to influence their Comfortability.&lt;/p&gt;

&lt;p&gt;Once the experiment is completed, the participants&amp;rsquo; self-report and spontaneous reactions (physical and physiological cues) will be explored to tackle the way people&amp;rsquo;s Comfortability may be manifested through non-verbal cues, and the way it may be impacted by the humanoid robot.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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