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Cynthia Breazeal

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human-centered design

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social robots


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Cynthia Breazeal is Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, where she founded and directs the Personal Robots group at the Media Lab. She is known as a pioneer in the area of social robotics and human-robot interaction. Her work balances technical innovation in AI, UX design, and understanding the psychology of engagement to design personified AI technologies that promote human flourishing and personal growth. She received her doctorate in 2000 from MIT. Previous honours include a National Academy of Engineering’s Gilbreth Lecture Award and a AAAI Fellowship. She also founded the consumer social robotics company Jibo, where she served as Chief Scientist and Chief Experience Officer.


AI Audit: A card game to reflect on everyday AI systems

Safinah Arshad Ali and 2 other authors

Analyzing the COMPAS Recidivism Algorithm

Raechel Walker and 4 other authors

Ethics, Equity, & Justice in Human-Robot Interaction: A Review and Future Directions

Anastasia K. Ostrowski and 6 other authors

Long-Term Co-Design Guidelines: Empowering Older Adults As Co-Designers of Social Robots

Anastasia K. Ostrowski and 2 other authors

RetroGAN: A Cyclic Post-Specialization System for Improving Out-of-Knowledge and Rare Word Representations

Pedro Colon-Hernandez and 5 other authors

Social Robots: Reflections and Predictions on the Past, Present and Future of the Human-Robot Relationship

Cynthia Breazeal

Towards Transferrable Personalized Student Models in Educational Games

Cynthia Breazeal and 3 other authors

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