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Anthropomorphism, privacy and security concerns: preliminary work

Abstract : The acceleration of the diffusion of domestic and social robots leads to new issues specific to connected tools, such as the acceptability of data harvesting, the intrusion of privacy and the risks related to information security. While these concerns exist, individuals remain enclined to buy and use robots they are going to share intimate informations with. The objective of this paper is to address these issues by taking into account the anthropomorphic character and the social capabilities of robots. We then propose an experimental setting to explore how privacy, security and intimacy are perceived among the owners (while measuring his level of loneliness) of different types of personal or home robots.
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Eloïse Zehnder, Jérôme Dinet, Francois Charpillet. Anthropomorphism, privacy and security concerns: preliminary work. ERGO'IA 2021, Oct 2021, Bidart, France. ⟨hal-03365472⟩

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