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In a paper presented at the 2018 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction (HRI 2018), Bartneck and colleagues (myself included) argued that people attribute race to humanoid robots . The experiments we conducted suggested that people are willing to identify robots as being of different races when asked and that, at least when confronted with the shooter bias test , people also behave in ways that suggest they attribute race to robots. This article joins a small number of other articles in providing evidence that people attribute racial and/or ethnic identities to robots , . While the methods we used in our research have come in for some criticism , the article has at least highlighted this question as a topic for future research.
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Wallace, G., Forsyth, M., Macfarlane, D., Officer, D., Cook, M. J., Dodds, S., Spinks, G., Alici, G., Moulton, S., in het Panhuis, M., Kapsa, R. M. I., Higgins, M., Mozer, A., Crook, J., Innis, P., Coote, M. L., Wang, X., Howlett, P. C., Pringle, J. M., Hancock, L., Paull, B., Sparrow, R., Zhang, J., Spiccia, L., Diamond, D., Guldi, D., Kim, S. J., Unwin, P. & Watanabe, M.
30/06/14 → 30/06/21