Lovotics is a multidisciplinary research field that combines principles and concepts from a variety of different fields, including robotics, artificial intelligence, philosophy, psychology, biology, and sociology. The goal of lovotics is to understand and improve the interactions between robots and humans, with a focus on emotions, relationships, and social behaviors.

Lovotics research typically involves the development of robots that are capable of understanding and expressing emotions, forming relationships with humans, and engaging in social behaviors. For example, lovotics researchers might develop robots that are able to recognize and interpret human emotions, or robots that are able to form bonds and attachments with humans, similar to the way that pets do.

One of the key goals of lovotics is to create robots that are able to provide emotional support and companionship to humans, particularly in situations where human social interactions are limited or difficult. For example, lovotic robots might be used to provide companionship to elderly people living in nursing homes, or to children who are hospitalized.

Overall, lovotics is a research field that focuses on understanding and improving the interactions between robots and humans, with a focus on emotions, relationships, and social behaviors. By developing robots that are able to understand and express emotions, and form relationships with humans, lovotics researchers hope to create robots that are able to provide emotional support and companionship to humans.



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A design process for lovotics H Aghaebrahimi Samani, AD Cheok… – Human-Robot Personal …, 2011 – Springer We refer to human-robot relationships as Lovotics. In this paper a design process for  Lovotics is presented. In order to invoke these relationships, technological solutions can  only take us so far. Design played an important role in order to engage users to explore … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 4 versions

Towards a formulation of love in human-robot interaction HA Samani, AD Cheok, FW Ngiap… – RO-MAN, 2010 …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … Abstract-Lovotics is a novel field of research that strives to achieve a close relationship between humans and robots by utilizing fundamental concepts from psychology, biology, neuroscience, and robotics to develop a model that effectively imitates human affection process to … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 2 versions

An affective interactive audio interface for Lovotics HA Samani, AD Cheok… – Computers in Entertainment ( …, 2011 – dl.acm.org Abstract The aim of the” Lovotics”(Love+ Robotics) research is to accomplish an amicable  relationship between humans and robots to create a sentimental robotic system that is  engaged in a reciprocal affective interaction with humans. This article will outline the part … Related articles

Lovotics: Love+ Robotics, Sentimental Robot With Affective Artificial Intelligence [PDF] from nus.edu.sg HA SAMANI – 2011 – scholarbank.nus.edu.sg Lovotics refers to the research of human-robot relationship. The general idea of Lovotics is  to develop a robotic system which strives to achieve a high level of attachment between  humans and robot by exploring human love. Such relationship is a contingent process of …

Probability of love between robots and humans HA Samani… – … and Systems (IROS), 2010 IEEE/RSJ …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … The aim of this system is to pave the way to create personal relationships between humans and robots in the form of “Lovotics” to exhibit love between human and robotics. … Hence, we chose touch as another interactive channel for Lovotics. III. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 2 versions

From human-robot relationship to robot-based leadership HA Samani… – Human System Interactions (HSI), …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … These emotions are the backbone of the influence exerted by leader on followers. Therefore, introduction, exploration and development of Lovotics is important for robot-based leadership to be effective. … Lovotics is field of research 178 … Related articles

Mixed reality lab Singapore: a genealogy of lab projects employing the blue sky innovation research methodology AD Cheok, JTKV Koh, RL Peiris… – Proceedings of the ACM …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … This research, combining our software-based endocrine sys- tem and robotics is called Lovotics [22, 23]. … IEEE, 2010. (to be published). 23. HA Samani, AD Cheok, MJ Tharakan, J. Koh, and N. Fernando. A design process for lovotics. … Related articles

Introduction to the Special Issue on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology JY Huang – Computers in Entertainment (CIE), 2010 – dl.acm.org … They are: “An Affective Interactive Audio Interface for Lovotics;” “A Large-scale Display for Public Spaces: Constellation of Departure: Presenting Realistic Sensation of Air- planes Taking Off at an Airport Departure Lounge;” “DevilTyper: A Game for CAPTCHA Usability …

[BOOK] Human-robot personal relationships: third international conference, hrpr 2010, leiden, the netherlands, june 23-24, 2010, revised selected papers MH Lamers… – 2011 – books.google.com … Ethic….. 98 William David Spencer Modeling Mixed Groups of Humans and Robots with Reflexive Game Theory….. 108 Sergey Tarasenko A Design Process for Lovotics….. 118 … Library Search – All 3 versions

Detecting shape deformation of soft objects using directional photoreflectivity measurement [PDF] from designinterface.jp Y Sugiura, G Kakehi, A Withana, C Lee… – Proceedings of the 24th …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … Ramos, G., Boulos, M. and Balakrishnan, R. Pressure widgets. In Proc. CHI ’04, ACM (2004), pp. 487-494. 16. Samani, HA, et al. A Design Process for Lovotics. Hu- man – Robot Personal Relationships. In Proc. HRPR ’10, Springer LNICST series, Volume 59, pp. 118-125. 17. … Related articles – All 5 versions