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Robots & Usages
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Robots & Usages

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Slides from a talk I've given at Cité du Design (Saint Etienne, France), January 2011, about human-robots interactions

Slides from a talk I've given at Cité du Design (Saint Etienne, France), January 2011, about human-robots interactions

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  • Hi Nicolas,
    One of the most interesting approach towards robotics:
    Dunne & Raby's
    http://www.dunneandraby.co.uk/content/projects/10/0
    Best,
    Christophe
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  • 1. CITÉ DU DESIGNROBOTS & USAGESNICOLAS NOVA, 24.01.2012, SAINT ETIENNE WWW.NEARFUTURELABORATORY.COM
  • 2. 2I INTEREST IN PEOPLE’S EXPERIENCE WITH ROBOTS 18
  • 3. 3I ROBOTS ARE ALREADY IN PEOPLE’S HOME 18
  • 4. 4I ROBOTS ARE ALREADY IN PEOPLE’S HOME 18
  • 5. 5I ... NOT ALL... 18
  • 6. I ... A ROBOT CARGO CULT? (FERNAEUS ET AL. 2009) Fernaeus, Y., Jacobsson, M., Ljungblad, S. and Holmquist, L. E.(2009). Are We Living in a Robot Cargo Cult? Proceedings of HRI’09, SanDiego, USA.
  • 7. 7II SOME ISSUES I’M INTERESTED IN 18
  • 8. 8II PROBLEM 1: SHAPE 18 Study conducted on 240 persons at the Swiss Institute of Technology in Lausanne (2008)
  • 9. 9II PROBLEM 1: SHAPRE 18 “the android is a solution waiting for a problem” Mark Meadows
  • 10. 10II PROBLEM 2: AUTOMATION 18 ambivalenc: control versus automation
  • 11. 11II PROBLEM 2: AUTOMATION 18 ‘The fact that the robot couldnt tell if it was a good time to interrupt was a big problem for the nursing staff: "I called it nasty names and told it, Would you shut the hell up? Cant you see Im on the phone? If you say "TUG has arrived" one more time Im going to kick you in your camera. "Some staff members actually did lash out and kick TUG in frustration’ New Scientist, 2010: http://cli.gs/ T7VH6e
  • 12. 12III OPPORTUNITY 1: COOPERATION (TWEENBOT) 18
  • 13. 13III OPPORTUNITY 2: BEHAVIOR 18 Robots introduced us to the fact that objects can have a personality, a behavior
  • 14. 14III OPPORTUNITY 2: BEHAVIOR 18 “it becomes real by behaving real, by demonstrating the behavior of things that are real” Kevin Slavin
  • 15. 15III OPPORTUNITY: PERSONALIZED AND LIVING OBJECTS 18
  • 16. 16III OPPORTUNITY 3: ROBOTIC ARCHITECTURE 18
  • 17. 17III OPPORTUNITY 4: SMART CITIES 18
  • 18. THANK YOU MERCI GRACIAS DANKE GRAZIENICOLAS NOVAnicolas@nearfuturelaboratory.comwww.nearfuturelaboratory.com

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