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    The case of classroom robots: teachers’ deliberations on the ethical tensions.Sofia Serholt, Wolmet Barendregt, Asimina Vasalou, Patrícia Alves-Oliveira, Aidan Jones, Sofia Petisca & Ana Paiva - 2017 - AI and Society 32 (4):613-631.
    Robots are increasingly being studied for use in education. It is expected that robots will have the potential to facilitate children’s learning and function autonomously within real classrooms in the near future. Previous research has raised the importance of designing acceptable robots for different practices. In parallel, scholars have raised ethical concerns surrounding children interacting with robots. Drawing on a Responsible Research and Innovation perspective, our goal is to move away from research concerned with designing features that will render robots (...)
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    Computational Modelling of Culture and Affect.Ruth Aylett & Ana Paiva - 2012 - Emotion Review 4 (3):253-263.
    This article discusses work on implementing emotional and cultural models into synthetic graphical characters. An architecture, FAtiMA, implemented first in the antibullying application FearNot! and then extended as FAtiMA-PSI in the cultural-sensitivity application ORIENT, is discussed. We discuss the modelling relationships between culture, social interaction, and cognitive appraisal. Integrating a lower level homeostatically based model is also considered as a means of handling some of the limitations of a purely symbolic approach. Evaluation to date is summarised and future directions discussed.
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    Special section editorial.Selma Šabanović, Malte Jung, Ana Paiva & Friederike Eyssel - 2021 - Interaction Studies 22 (1):81-85.
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    Reply to Comments by Bainbridge, Gratch, and Nishida.Ruth Aylett & Ana Paiva - 2012 - Emotion Review 4 (3):271-272.
    We respond to two themes in the comments by Bainbridge, Gratch, and Nishida: first, the importance of embodiment, and second the issue of what should be explicitly modelled as against what should be dynamically generated. Finally, we briefly respond to the ethical questions raised by Bainbridge.
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  5. “Guess what I'm doing”: Extending legibility to sequential decision tasks.Miguel Faria, Francisco S. Melo & Ana Paiva - 2024 - Artificial Intelligence 330 (C):104107.
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    Teaming up humans with autonomous synthetic characters.Rui Prada & Ana Paiva - 2009 - Artificial Intelligence 173 (1):80-103.
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