When Robots Self-Disclosure Personal Information, Do Users Reciprocate?

Authors

  • Jessica K. Barfield University of Tennessee- Knoxville

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1609/aaaiss.v2i1.27719

Keywords:

Robot

Abstract

Human-robot interaction consists of a rich set of behaviors between humans and robots often requiring the exchange of personal and sensitive information between them. From a conceptual framework, this paper discusses whether a robot who self-discloses personal information when conversing with a user will prompt the user to reciprocate and self-dis- close personal and sensitive information to the robot. Additionally, the paper discusses various factors which may influence whether self-disclosure of personal information between human and robot occurs and briefly discusses aspects of a conceptual representational system necessary for HRI enabling the robot to self-disclose to a user.

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Published

2024-01-22

Issue

Section

Unifying Representations for Robot Application Development