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Expression of male and female forms in anthropomorphic entities for application in educational robotics: A pilot study
conference contributionposted on 19.06.2018, 00:00 by Andrew Chiou
Gender perception and expression by autonomous anthropomorphic entities are necessary in many digitally based educational teaching and learning activities. It is natural for a participant to expect the presence or the absence of a specific gender during his or her interaction with an anthropomorphic device, computer, human–computer interface or artificial entity such as robots. This work-in-progress classifies different gender forms according to how the entity presents itself to human participants.