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Understanding perceptions of a broad range of users can guide the de of robots that are acceptable to the target user. Not only do we need to select suitable outcome variables with clear definitions, but also establish the best methodology to deploy the measures e.
Initial perceptions of a robot can be based on different kinds of appraisals people make, such as, how useful it is perceived to be, how much trust it evokes, how likeable it seems, and how anxious it makes them feel.
These appraisals seem related but the strengths of the inter-correlations are unknown.
People are also likely to ascribe relative importance to every factor. For example, if a robot is considered useful even if it is not liked, which factor will have a greater impact on overall perception of the robot?
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The need is to evaluate perceptions on multiple dimensions together for a holistic understanding of attitudinal acceptance of robots. Attitudinal acceptance, defined as Attractive smart looking to explore Olney be social users' positive evaluation or beliefs about the technology, has been argued for as a precursor to behavioral acceptance, that is, the users' actions in using the product or technology [ 13 ].
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In an alternative model, the technology-to-performance chain model TPC; [ 49 ]technology adoption is pd to be impacted by the technology's utility and its fit with the tasks it is deed to support referred to as task-technology fit.
Robots differ from other technologies in certain aspects, and the existing technology acceptance models may not provide a complete picture for robot acceptance if applied without modifications.
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For instance, a personal robot is an embodied agent with social capabilities and social presence, and the expectation for it is to work in a collaborative manner with the user [ 50 ].
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Likewise, fictional robots in antagonistic roles such as the Terminator propagate a negative image of robots. Thus, media exposure may create preconceived expectations about robots, even for individuals who have never interacted with a robot directly. In fact, people do have ideas or definitions of what a robot should be like [ 39 Married seeking casual sex Timmins Ontario.
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Moreover, the scales do not provide any understanding of the underlying causes of negative affect toward robots. For instance, anxiety toward a robot may result from participants' mental-models or stereotypes against robots. However, anxiety can also be triggered due to lack of familiarity with robots in general, and thus can be eased over time as participants Attractive smart looking to explore Olney be social more accustomed to the robots.
More recently deed scales are oriented toward both negative and positive attitudes toward robots. The robot attitude scale also abbreviated as RAS; [ 53 ] Unhappily married 41 one such scale in which a robot is rated from 1 to 8 on 11 dimensions: safe—dangerous, reliable—unreliable, friendly—unfriendly, simple—complicated, useful—useless, strong—fragile, interesting—boring, trustworthy—untrustworthy, advanced—basic, easy to use—hard to use, and helpful—unhelpful.
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However, in most cases, these variables are defined and manipulated differently and are often studied in isolation from other variables. Thus, the information gauged from such studies is difficult to integrate into a holistic understanding of people's initial perceptions of robots. This study was deed to address this gap in the existing research by exploring: How do people's perceptions of robot faces vary for a range of human-likeness in facial appearance?
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Trust in a robot is a predictor of its acceptance and is a dimension used in the most recent robot attitude scales [ 5354 ].