Aktivitet: Medlemsskab - typer › Medlem af nationalt netværk
From healthcare to warfare, from education to entertainment, from the public to the private sphere - we are beginning to let robots into our lives.
‘Social robotics’ is a new transdisciplinary research area that investigates conditions, aims, and consequences of the employment of ‘sociable robots’ in contexts of human social interaction. A sociable robot is designed to “enable people to interact with it as if it were a person, and ultimately as a friend” (Breazeal 2002). If human-robot interaction is to supplement or even to substitute human-human interaction, large-scale research questions arise that go far beyond aspects of technological feasibility.
The Research Network for Transdisciplinary Studies in Social Robotics (TRANSOR) is a platform for research exchange and joint Humanities research in social robotics, connecting researchers in philosophy, robotics, cognitive science, psychology, anthropology, educational science, linguistics, art and design studies, and communication and media studies. The purpose of TRANSOR is to create pathways among Danish and international research groups throughout Europe, in the USA, Korea, and Japan.
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Research Network for Transdisciplinary Studies in Social Robotics (TRANSOR)