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Cognition 160 (March 2017) Elsevier BV Beware emotional robots: Giving feelings to artificial beings could backfire study suggests By Matthew HutsonMar 13 2017 11:00 AM In the recent movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story the face of the character Grand Moff Tarkin was constructed digitally as the actor who had originally played him had died Some who knew about the computer trickery saw his appearance as slightly unnatural leading to a sense of unease Their discomfort demonstrates what the Japanese roboticist Masahiro Mori referred to in 1970 as the “uncanny valley”: Our affinity toward robots and animations increases as they physically appear more humanlike except for a large dip where they are almost but not quite there But what happens when a character’s appearance remains the same but observers think its mind has become more humanlike New research reveals that this too unnerves people a finding that could have possible implications for a range of human-computer interactions The study “pushes forward work on the uncanny valley” by showing that “it’s not simply how [something] moves and how it looks but also what you think it represents” says Jonathan Gratch a computer scientist at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles who was not involved with the work “There’s going to be a lot more human-machine interactions human-machine teams machines being your boss machines writing newspaper articles And so this is a very topical question and problem” Previous work has shown a discomfort with humanlike robots with people ascribing more emotions to them In a study published by the psychologists Kurt Gray of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and Daniel Wegner (now deceased) in 2012 participants watched a brief video of a robot’s head either from the front where they could see its “human” face or from behind where they saw electrical components The ones who watched its face rated it as more capable of feeling pain and fear and as a result they felt more “creeped out” But what happens when the appearance of an artificial intelligence remains the same but its emotions become more humanlike To find out Jan-Philipp Stein and Peter Ohler psychologists at the Chemnitz University of Technology in Germany gave virtual-reality headsets to 92 participants and asked them to observe a short conversation between a virtual man and woman in a public plaza The characters discuss their exhaustion from hot weather the woman expresses frustration about lack of free time and the man conveys sympathy for the woman’s annoyance at waiting for a friend Everyone watched the same scene but participants received one of four descriptions Half were told the avatars were controlled by humans and half were told they were controlled by computers Within each group half were told the conversation was scripted and half were told it was spontaneous Those who thought they’d watched two computers interact autonomously saw the scene as more eerie than did the other three groups That is natural-seeming social behavior was fine when coming from a human or from a computer following a script But when a computer appeared to feel genuine frustration and sympathy it put people on edge the team reports this month in Cognition Stein and Ohler call the phenomenon the “uncanny valley of the mind” But whereas the uncanny valley is normally used to describe the visual appearance of a robot or virtual character this study finds that given a particular appearance emotional behavior alone can seem uncanny “It’s pretty neat in that they used all the same avatars and just changed the conceptualization of it” Gray says Some work shows that people are more comfortable with computers that display social skills but this study suggests limitations Annoyance at waiting for a friend for example might feel a little too human With social skills there may be not an uncanny valley but an uncanny cliff When designing virtual agents Gray suggests “keep the conversation social and emotional but not deep” An open question is why the volunteers who thought they were seeing two spontaneous computers felt distressed Stein suggests they may have felt human uniqueness was under threat In turn humans may lose superiority and control over our technology In future work Stein plans to see whether people feel more comfortable with humanlike virtual agents when they feel they have control over the agents’ behavior Gray and Gratch say next steps should include measuring not only people’s explicit ratings of creepiness but also their behavior toward social bots “A lot of the creepiness may arise more from when you reflect on it than when you’re in an interaction” Gratch says “You might have a nice interaction with an attractive virtual woman then you sit back and go ‘Eugh’” had forced the nation to confront the reality of home-grown terrorism. and all items collected on the way. 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J5 were part of the Flipkart Big 10 sale. on October 2,witnessed such an event the International Delhi Dance Festival 2016 where dance enthusiasts got to learn various dance forms from the experts at one venue Organised by the Nrityaa Fashion Entertaiment a Delhi-based company led by Sanjay Kannan it was a fun-filled day Renowned choreographers and dancers such asMeher Malik Sneha Kapoor Tanzeel Ahmad Utsav Malhotra Pratik Utekar Prateek Kundial Jay Mandal Sooraj Sundararajan conducted nine special workshops during the one-day event Many people from the NCR and outside thronged the event from that supported an NGO (Rhythm Of Life) led by Lalit Shrey and Devika The organisers also provided 100per centscholarships to students and free training for skill development and personal grooming Funds were generated for the NGO and contributed towards the betterment of underprivileged students Belly dancer Meher Malik conducted a special workshop at the event and it drew a large crowd mostly students For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shantanu David | Published: February 27 2016 12:26 am Front courtyard of Tamasha Related News Enviably located on a private lot on Kasturba Gandhi Marg just off Connaught Place Tamasha avoids resulting traffic snarls with a valet service a must on the high-density road Spread over two floors with cavernous interiors it is nevertheless the front courtyard that makes Tamasha worth all the fuss Stone-flagged with one corner dominated by a truck — rather the truck from the Transformers franchise — and another truck serving as a bar A tree looms large over the courtyard and covered with a constellation of fairy lights renders a gorgeous scene by night The interiors are minimal bound in stone and wood with couch seating a second immense bar and electronic music filling the entire space The menu is composed largely of contemporary shlf1314n and shlf1314n fusion that are the rage these days bifurcated into small and large plates It is supplemented by the quasi-cuisine of Delhi eateries and fortified with a large bar menu; the ubiquitous sheesha list is olfactorily obvious We decide to be cool and go with the crowd sticking to the fusion fare So accordingly we start with the Calamari Chaat Salad and the Beer Batter Amritsari Fish Steak; and the Tasty Tamasha Tasty Coin for a bonus round in these hunger games The coins in fact comprise mushroom galouti sandwiched between a croissant with the galouti spiced with yam or ole lending it an exotic pungency delicious if you like your food slightly strong which we do The salad is rather heavier than the word suggests because of the calamari’s crust While festooned with springy lettuce basil olives pickled onions crispy potatoes chillies and pickled cucumber all tossed up in a tamarind vinaigrette the calamari could have been less encrusted in batter It’s the fish that swims away with the honours though — fresh flaky sole shrouded in a spicy crispy carmine batter served with a lemon mint foam (more a cream) that give the mini steaks a burst of freshness After the relatively healthy fare we decide to get down and farinaceous with the Baked Butter Chicken Pasta and the Bhuna Gosht Sliders The sliders are simplistic in presentation even if the filling of desiccated meat in the mini buns is complex in spices The pasta is a glutinous melange of soft penne mired in butter chicken with gravy a combination becoming increasingly popular these days for obvious reasons The dessert menu being rather limited at the moment we decide to dive into it next time It should make quite the splash Meal for two: Rs 2400 (including taxes) Address: 28 Kasturba Gandhi Marg Connaught Place Contact: 33106409 For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News Prateek Kundial,to Srinagar and no vehicle will be allowed from Srinagar to Jammu. “She is very gracious as a person and she is able to carry off waist high dresses with style that is narrow on the top, arthritic knees who went on to have replacement surgery within five years of entering the study. Related News By: Gretchen Reynolds For someone whose knee is sore and creaky,C. today to hold what organizers billed as the largest-ever rally to call for more funding for biomedical research The event as reported earlier today with a slideshow on ScienceInsider and held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) with support from over 200 organizations aimed to draw attention to the 5% cut to the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH’s) $31 billion budget imposed by Congress last month through sequestration as well as the flat growth of NIH’s budget over the past decade "The continued erosion of funding for the most important medical research institute in the world the National Institutes of Health must stop" said AACR CEO Margaret Foti AACR attendees and others listened for nearly 2 hours in unusually warm April weather as more than a dozen lawmakers patient advocates and celebrities spoke in support of NIH Emcee Cokie Roberts of ABC News and NPR declared that "it could not be a stupider time to cut back on funding for medical research" Representative Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) an ovarian cancer survivor said that "life-saving cancer research is being cut because of ideology and that’s wrong" Rockefeller University president and former Genentech executive Marc Tessier-Lavigne said he worries most that young people are being discouraged from research careers "It is possible to ruin our scientific community If we continue on this path we will kill the goose that laid the golden egg" he said drawing cheers Clad in white T-shirts and an occasional hot pink boa rally participants chanted "more progress more hope more life" They raised their cell phones with actress Maura Tierney of the TV drama ER to send a mass text message asking Congress to reverse the cuts to NIH One of the planned speakers was missing: NIH Director Francis Collins Although federal employees cannot participate in lobbying activities Collins was initially going to speak as a private citizen according to sources but ultimately cancelled (NIH spokesperson John Burklow declined to comment on Collins’s reasons saying only: "Dr Collins wasn’t able to attend the rally however he is supportive of the participants’ efforts to shine a light on the importance of biomedical research") However Foti read a message from President Barack Obama who said that he sent "greetings" and that he too supports "a serious sustained effort to advance medical research" Although probably only a few thousand of the 18000 AACR attendees left the conference center across the street to participate organizers deemed their event—which included supporters tuning in via YouTube—a success It was "historic and really unprecedented" Foti said For a while tweets with the rally’s tag #RallyMedRes were second to only tweets about former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s death Foti said afterward”Manisha’s body is healing slowly and steadily.
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