My work combines the social studies of computing, focusing particularly on the design, use, and consequences of socially interactive and assistive robots in different social and cultural contexts, with research on human-robot interaction (HRI) and social robot design.
- Artificial Intelligence
- Computing, Culture, and Society
- Human Computer Interaction and Design
- Health@Luddy - Crosscutting
- HCI@Luddy - Crosscutting
- Social Informatics
- Animal Informatics
- Animal Computer Interaction
- Intelligent Interactive Systems
- Proactive Health Informatics
- Human Centered Computing
One of my continuing research interests is the cultural study of social robotics practice.