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Watts, Fraser & Marius Dorobantu
Brand, Cordula, Leonie Bossert & Thomas Potthast
2022. Empathic Machines?. In Social Robotics and the Good Life [Edition Moderne Postmoderne, ],  pp. 157 ff. DOI logo
Perez Garcia, Marta & Sarita Saffon Lopez
2020. Exploring the Uncanny Valley Theory in the Constructs of a Virtual Assistant Personality. In Intelligent Systems and Applications [Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 1037],  pp. 1017 ff. DOI logo
Tromble, Meredith
2020. Ask not what AI can do for art... but what art can do for AI. Artnodes :26 DOI logo
Sætra, Henrik Skaug
2019. First, They Came for the Old and Demented: Care and Relations in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. SSRN Electronic Journal DOI logo
Krüger, Julia, Mathias Wahl & Jörg Frommer
2018. „es is komisch es is keen mensch“ – Zuschreibungen gegenüber individualisierten technischen Assistenzsystemen. Zeitschrift für Qualitative Forschung 19:1-2/2018  pp. 233 ff. DOI logo
Gnjatović, Milan & Branislav Borovac
2016. Toward Conscious-Like Conversational Agents. In Toward Robotic Socially Believable Behaving Systems - Volume II [Intelligent Systems Reference Library, 106],  pp. 23 ff. DOI logo
Pfadenhauer, Michaela
2015. The Contemporary Appeal of Artificial Companions: Social Robots as Vehicles to Cultural Worlds of Experience. The Information Society 31:3  pp. 284 ff. DOI logo
Pfadenhauer, Michaela & Christoph Dukat
2014. Künstlich begleitet. Der Roboter als neuer bester Freund des Menschen?. In Unter Mediatisierungsdruck,  pp. 189 ff. DOI logo
Walter, Steffen, Cornelia Wendt, Jan Böhnke, Stephen Crawcour, Jun-Wen Tan, Andre Chan, Kerstin Limbrecht, Sascha Gruss & Harald C. Traue
2014. Similarities and differences of emotions in human–machine and human–human interactions: what kind of emotions are relevant for future companion systems?. Ergonomics 57:3  pp. 374 ff. DOI logo
Traue, Harald, Frank Ohl, André Brechmann, Friedhelm Schwenker, Henrik Kessler, Kerstin Limbrecht, Holger Hoffmann, Stefan Scherer, Michael Kotzyba, Andreas Scheck & Steffen Walter
2013. A Framework for Emotions and Dispositions in Man-Companion Interaction. In Coverbal Synchrony in Human-Machine Interaction,  pp. 99 ff. DOI logo

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