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For robots to be of use to humans, they first must be accepted. One important variable that might impact this acceptance is a robot's personality. To date, results of studies examining robot personality have produced mixed results. One method of making sense of these results is meta-analysis. Therefore, to examine the potential relationship between...
Collaborative work between humans and robots holds great potential but, such potential is diminished should humans fail to accept robots as collaborators. One solution is to design robots to have a similar personality to their human collaborators. Typically, this is done by matching the human's and robot's personality using one or more of the Big F...
Human personality has been identified as a predictor of robot acceptance in the human-robot interaction (HRI) literature. Despite this, the HRI literature has provided mixed support for this assertion. To better understand the relationship between human personality and robot acceptance, this paper conducts a meta-analysis of 26 studies. Results fou...