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Towards Safe and Trustworthy Social Robots : Ethical Challenges and Practical Issues. / Salem, Maha; Lakatos, Gabriella; Amirabdollahian, Farshid; Dautenhahn, K.

2015. Paper presented at 7th Int Conf on Social Robotics, Paris, France.

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Salem, M, Lakatos, G, Amirabdollahian, F & Dautenhahn, K 2015, 'Towards Safe and Trustworthy Social Robots: Ethical Challenges and Practical Issues' Paper presented at 7th Int Conf on Social Robotics, Paris, France, 26/10/15 - 30/10/15, .

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Salem, M., Lakatos, G., Amirabdollahian, F., & Dautenhahn, K. (2015). Towards Safe and Trustworthy Social Robots: Ethical Challenges and Practical Issues. Paper presented at 7th Int Conf on Social Robotics, Paris, France.

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Salem M, Lakatos G, Amirabdollahian F, Dautenhahn K. Towards Safe and Trustworthy Social Robots: Ethical Challenges and Practical Issues. 2015. Paper presented at 7th Int Conf on Social Robotics, Paris, France.

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Salem, Maha ; Lakatos, Gabriella ; Amirabdollahian, Farshid ; Dautenhahn, K. / Towards Safe and Trustworthy Social Robots : Ethical Challenges and Practical Issues. Paper presented at 7th Int Conf on Social Robotics, Paris, France.

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abstract = "As robots are increasingly developed to assist humans so-cially with everyday tasks in home and healthcare settings, questionsregarding the robot's safety and trustworthiness need to be addressed.The present work investigates the practical and ethical challenges in de-signing and evaluating social robots that aim to be perceived as safe andcan win their human users' trust. With particular focus on collaborativescenarios in which humans are required to accept information providedby the robot and follow its suggestions, trust plays a crucial role andis strongly linked to persuasiveness. Accordingly, human-robot trust candirectly aect people's willingness to cooperate with the robot, whileunder- or overreliance may have severe or even dangerous consequences.Problematically, investigating trust and human perceptions of safety inHRI experiments proves challenging in light of numerous ethical con-cerns and risks, which this paper aims to highlight and discuss based onexperiences from HRI practice.",
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