You and I, robot

AI and Society 28 (4):455-460 (2013)
Abstract
I address a number of issues related to building an autonomous social robot. I review different approaches to social cognition and ask how these different approaches may inform the design of social robots. I argue that regardless of which theoretical approach to social cognition one favors, instantiating that approach in a workable robot will involve designing that robot on enactive principles
Keywords Social robots  Social cognition  Theory of mind  Theory theory  Simulation theory  Interaction theory  Enactive cognition
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