Univ.Ass. / MA
- Human-Robot Interaction
- Philosophy of Technology & Science
- Metaphysics & Epistemology
- Methodology & Methods
- Trust & Vulnerability
Hannibal, G. (2021). Focusing on the Vulnerabilities of Robots through Expert Interviews for Trust in Human-Robot Interaction. Proceedings of the 16th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (pp. 288-293). Boulder, CO (online): ACM.
Dobrosovestnova, A. & Hannibal, G. (2020). Working Alongside Service Robots: Challenges to Workplace Identity Performance. Proceedings of Robophilosophy 2020 – Culturally Sustainable Social Robotics (pp. 148-157), Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications Series, Vol. 335. Aarhus, Denmark (online): IOS Press.
Dobrosovestnova, A. & Hannibal, G. (2020). Teachers' Disappointment: Theoretical Perspective on the Inclusion of Ambivalent Emotions in Human-Robot Interactions in Education, Proceedings of the 15th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (pp. 471–480). Cambridge, UK (online): ACM.
Hannibal, G. & Weiss, A. (Eds.) (2020). Envisioning Social Robotics: Current Challenges and New Interdisciplinary Methodologies. Interaction Studies, 21(1), pp. 1-6.
Hannibal, G. & Lindner, F. (2018). Transdisciplinary Reflections on Social Robotics in Academia and Beyond, Proceedings of Robophilosophy 2018 – Envisioning Robots in Society–Power, Politics, and Public Space (pp. 23-27), Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications Series, Vol. 311. Vienna, Austria: IOS Press.
Weiss, A. & Hannibal, G. (2018). What makes people accept or reject companion robots? A research agenda, Proceedings of the 11th Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments Conference (pp. 397-404). Corfu, Greece: ACM.
Hannibal, G. (2016). Bringing the Notion of Everyday Life Back to the Center of Social Robotics and HRI, Proceedings of Robophilosophy 2016 – What Social Robots Can And Should Do (pp. 67-75), Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications Series, Vol. 290. Aarhus, Denmark: IOS Press.
Bertel, L. & Hannibal, G. (2015). The NAO robot as a Persuasive Educational and Entertainment Robot (PEER) - a case study on children’s articulation, categorization and interaction with a social robot for learning. Læring & Medier, 8(14), 22 pages.
Hannibal, G. (2014). ‘Dynamic’ Categorization and Rationalized Ascription: A Study on NAO, Proceedings of Robophilosophy 2014 – Sociable Robots and the Future of Social Relations (pp. 343-347), Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications Series, Vol. 273. Aarhus, Denmark: IOS Press.