Researchers in the field of human-robot interaction (HRI) are celebrating the transition to an official ACM Transactions journal. It is a significant achievement for HRI. This field has faced many
challenges, including scarce resources for conducting HRI research, the difficulty of conducting the research itself—integrating hardware and software; building robots that can interact with people; piecing together the intricacies of seeing, thinking, and acting when a person encounters a robot; understanding and shaping ethical norms and standards; and stepping behind the mythologies that have long governed cultural attitudes for and against robots. HRI are presented here
SOURCE: Kiesler S. and Goodrich M. “The Science of Human-Robot Interaction.” The Science of Human-Robot Interaction, Volume 7 Issue 1, May 2018.
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