Psychological Aspects of AI

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In this chapter we discuss how people relate to robots and autonomous systems from a psychological point of view. Humans tend to anthropomorphise them and form unidirectional relationships. The trust in these relationships is the basis for persuasion and manipulation that can be used for good and evil.

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Bartneck, C., Lütge, C., Wagner, A., & Welsh, S. (2021). Psychological Aspects of AI. In SpringerBriefs in Ethics (pp. 55–60). Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-51110-4_7

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