Investigating Trust Issues arising from Human-Robot Information Sharing

TitleInvestigating Trust Issues arising from Human-Robot Information Sharing
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsKeysermann MU, Aylett R, Enz S, Cramer H, Zoll C, Vargas PA
Refereed DesignationUnknown
Conference NameAutonomous Robots and Multirobot Systems (ARMS)
Date Published06/2012
PublisherSpringer
Conference LocationValencia, Spain
Keywordshuman-robot interaction, Information Sharing, lirec, privacy, Trust
AbstractThis paper discusses an experiment to investigate issues of trust and confidentiality when sharing information with a robot companion in an office context. A first phase is reported in which an online questionnaire was used to collect general opinions about information sharing with a robot companion as well as preferences regarding collection and treatment of information. We then present a live interaction study in which test subjects role-played new members of an office team and ex- changed potentially sensitive information with the robot companion concerning other team members. We discuss the evaluated results and their implications for handling information sharing with a robot companion in an office situation. Finally we suggest generic improvements for HRI systems used for information exchange.
URLhttp://dl.lirec.org/papers/KeysermannEtAl_ARMS2012.pdf
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