Reports and Research: Robots in Public Space

Research & Reports: Robots in Public Space presents key reports, research briefs, submissions and academic research. Focusing on the current state of artificial intelligence and robots in public space, and providing innovative solutions, the collection provides in depth analysis and key findings by Monash University's expert researchers.

The need for robots capable of socially interacting with humans continues to increase as they become commonplace in our everyday life. However, the general population has a limited understanding of how robots work, why they behave in the way they do and how to interact with them; with the last point being a determining factor on people’s willingness to interact with a robot.

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