Best Paper award – Design track. HRI 2022
|Danilo Gallo, Shreepriya Gonzalez-Jimenez, Antonietta Grasso, Cecile Boulard, Tommaso Colombino|
|HRI '22: Proceedings of the 2022 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction March 2022, pp. 130–138.|
In this paper, we present our ongoing research on socially acceptable robot navigation for an indoor elevator sharing scenario. Informed by naturalistic observations of human elevator use, we discuss the social nuances involved in a seemingly simple activity like taking an elevator and the challenges and limitations of modeling robot behaviors based on a full human-like approach. We propose the principle of machine-like for the design of robot behavior policies that effectively accomplish tasks without being disruptive to the routines of people sharing the elevator with the robots. We explored this approach in a bodystorming session and conducted a preliminary evaluation of the resulting considerations through an online user study. Participants differentiated robots from humans for issues of proxemics and priority, and machine-like behaviors were preferred over human-like behaviors. We present our findings and discuss the advantages and limitations identified for both approaches for designing socially acceptable navigation behaviors.
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