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PRE-RECORDED TALKS

All session talks are prerecorded and accessible to registered participants before and during the conference (August 10-22).  For more information about the talk (abstract, video, etc.) and the speaker, click on the title of the talk.  Once the video feeds are available, registered participants can leave questions and comments, some of which will be taken up in the Live Discussion Session associated with the talk. 

THEORY I

Conceptual Tools for Describing Human-Robot Interaction:
Agency, Intelligence, Animacy, Sociality

Johanna Seibt, Malene Damholdt, and Christina Vestergaard

Tom Poljansek and Tobias Störzinger


THEORY II

Conceptual Tools for Describing Human-Robot Interaction:
Empathy, Imagination, and Otherness

Matthew Rueben, Eitan Rothberg, and Maja Mataric

Chris Chesher and David Silvera Tawil

ETHICS I

Normative Issues of Human-Robot Interaction:
Autonomy, Moral Agency/Patiency, Empathy

Shuhong Li, Aimee van Wynsberghe, and Sabine Roeser

Dina Babushkina

Oliver Quick


ETHICS II

Normative Issues of Human-Robot Interaction:
Nudging and Coaching

METHODS

How to Develop Culturally Sustainable Applications of Social Robotics

Mikkel Mørk, Christoffer Madsen, and Sebastian Madsen

CASES

Challenges for Culturally Sustainable Robotics: Case Studies

Kirsikka Kaipainen, Salla Jarske, Jari Varsaluoma, and Kaisa Väänänen

Kathleen Belhassein, Victor Fernandez, and Amandine Mayima

Salla Jarske, Sanna Raudaskoski, and Kirsikka Kaipainen


DESIGN

How to Design Culturally Sustainable Social Robots

Merle Wessel, Niklas Ellerich-Groppe, Mark Schweda

Malene Damholdt, Christina Vestergaard, and Johanna Seibt

Claire Boine, Céline Castets-Renard, Aurélie Clodic, and Rachid Alami

Mikkel Mørk, Sebastian Madsen, and Christoffer Madsen

PERSPECTIVES

Cultural Trajectories of Culturally Sustainable Social Robotics

Gerrit Krueper