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    • 1. Johan Eklund Johan Eklund, Cand. Psych thatrobotfellow@gmail.com @lowimagination rarepinkducttape@googlewave.com
    • 2. Johan Eklund An investigation of our psychological reactions to humanlike robots
    • 3. Johan Eklund Robot definition:
    • 4. Johan Eklund Robot definition: - A subjective experience of intentionality/agency (Anthropomorphism)
    • 5. Johan Eklund Robot definition: - A subjective experience of intentionality/agency (Anthropomorphism)
    • 6. Johan Eklund Robot definition: - A subjective experience of intentionality/agency (Anthropomorphism) Heider & Simmel, 1944
    • 7. Johan Eklund Robot definition: - A subjective experience of intentionality/agency (Anthropomorphism) - Physical object Heider & Simmel, 1944
    • 8. Johan Eklund Psychological reactions to robots are a heterogenous group of phenomena
    • 9. Johan Eklund “The uncanny valley” - Masahiro Mori, 1970
    • 10. Johan Eklund “The uncanny valley” - Masahiro Mori, 1970
    • 11. Johan Eklund “The uncanny valley” - Masahiro Mori, 1970
    • 12. Johan Eklund MacDorman & Ishiguro, 2006
    • 13. Johan Eklund Hanson, 2006
    • 14. Johan Eklund Sayama & Nagayama 2007
    • 15. Johan Eklund Sayama & Nagayama 2007
    • 16. Johan Eklund
    • 17. Johan Eklund
    • 18. Johan Eklund Increasing approximation of human
    • 19. Johan Eklund Increasing approximation of human
    • 20. Johan Eklund
    • 21. Johan Eklund
    • 22. Johan Eklund Appearance
    • 23. Johan Eklund Appearance
    • 24. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement
    • 25. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement
    • 26. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 27. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 28. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 29. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 30. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 31. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 32. Johan Eklund Appearance Movement Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 33. Johan Eklund Appearance Immediate reactions Movement Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 34. Johan Eklund Appearance Immediate reactions Movement Mediated reactions Behavior (e.g. talk)
    • 35. Johan Eklund Appearance Immediate reactions Movement Mediated reactions Behavior (e.g. talk) Reflective reactions
    • 36. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness
    • 37. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness “Averageness”
    • 38. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness “Averageness”
    • 39. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness “Averageness”
    • 40. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness
    • 41. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Enlarged features
    • 42. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Enlarged features
    • 43. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Enlarged features
    • 44. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Repliee Q2
    • 45. Johan Eklund Mediated reactions: Classification problems
    • 46. Johan Eklund Mediated reactions: Classification problems Christopher Ramey
    • 47. Johan Eklund Mediated reactions: Classification problems Christopher Ramey not alive
    • 48. Johan Eklund Mediated reactions: Classification problems Christopher Ramey not alive alive
    • 49. Johan Eklund Mediated reactions: Classification problems Christopher Ramey not alive alive
    • 50. Johan Eklund Mediated reactions: Classification problems Christopher Ramey not alive alive Sorites paradox: “When does a heap of sand stop being a heap?”
    • 51. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety
    • 52. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety Irvin Yalom
    • 53. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety Irvin Yalom Psychological defenses:
    • 54. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety Irvin Yalom Psychological defenses: 1. The Ultimate Rescuer
    • 55. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety Irvin Yalom Psychological defenses: 1. The Ultimate Rescuer 2. Specialness
    • 56. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety Irvin Yalom Psychological defenses: 1. The Ultimate Rescuer 2. Specialness “If Iʼm only an object then I have no special status in the world”
    • 57. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety
    • 58. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety
    • 59. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety
    • 60. Johan Eklund Reflective reactions: Death anxiety
    • 61. Johan Eklund
    • 62. Johan Eklund
    • 63. Johan Eklund
    • 64. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness
    • 65. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Mediated reactions: Classification problems
    • 66. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Mediated reactions: Classification problems Reflective reactions: Death anxiety
    • 67. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Mediated reactions: Classification problems Reflective reactions: Death anxiety
    • 68. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Mediated reactions: Classification problems Reflective reactions: Death anxiety
    • 69. Johan Eklund Immediate reactions: Attractiveness Mediated reactions: Classification problems Reflective reactions: Death anxiety Our “forgiving” reaction on the abstract expression
    • 70. Johan Eklund Scott McCloud - Understanding Comics (1993)
    • 71. Johan Eklund Symbolic communication is an effective system for operating with semantic concepts
    • 72. Johan Eklund Analog Symbolic communication is an effective system for operating with semantic concepts
    • 73. Johan Eklund Symbolic Analog Symbolic communication is an effective system for operating with semantic concepts
    • 74. Johan Eklund “Immediate understanding” Symbolic Analog Symbolic communication is an effective system for operating with semantic concepts
    • 75. Johan Eklund “Semantic focus” “Immediate understanding” Symbolic Analog Symbolic communication is an effective system for operating with semantic concepts
    • 76. Johan Eklund Manfredo Massironi - The Psychology of Graphic Images (2002)
    • 77. Johan Eklund Our “forgiving” reaction on the abstract expression
    • 78. Carnegie Mellon University
    • 79. RI-MAN, Riken
    • 80. RIBA, Riken
    • 81. Johan Eklund
    • 82. Johan Eklund Displacement of responsibility “The machine makes the decisions isolated and therefore the human operator can not be held responsible” Lin et al., in press California State Polytechnic University
    • 83. Johan Eklund Displacement of responsibility Oath based on human-rights, “The machine responsibility of makes the scientists and decisions isolated transparency (“hacker- and therefore the codex”) human operator + can not be held Insurance responsible” Brace et al, in press Lin et al., in press Helsinki University California State Polytechnic University
    • 84. Johan Eklund

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