A Taxonomy of Robot Deception and its Benefits in HRI
Arkin, Ronald C.
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Deception is a common and essential behavior in humans. Since human beings gain many advantages from deceptive capabilities, we can also assume that robotic deception can provide benefits in several ways. Particularly, the use of robotic deception in human-robot interaction contexts is becoming an important and interesting research question. Despite its importance, very little research on robot deception has been conducted. Furthermore, no basic metrics or definitions of robot deception have been proposed yet. In this paper, we review the previous work on deception in various fields including psychology, biology, and robotics and will propose a novel way to define a taxonomy of robot deception. In addition, we will introduce an interesting research question of robot deception in HRI contexts and discuss potential approaches.
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