My video-interview on Cosmos Magazine as a follow-up of the previous article “Human-robot interactions: how do people attribute gender to robots?” “Dr Giulia Perugia researches people’s interactions with robots and their implications for ethics, gender and inclusion, based at the Human Technology Interaction Group of Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. Petra Stock chats to Giulia about the tendency to anthropomorphise robots and the risks involved with gendering robot.”
My research on Cosmos Magazine in an an article by Petra Stock “Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto: Gendering robots is a cognitive shortcut that can lead to short circuits” – “Giulia Perugia is an assistant professor at Eindhoven University of Technology who researches people’s interactions with robots and the implications for ethics, gender and inclusion (…)”
Symposium “To count as human. Gender-based inclusion and exclusion in digital technologies” – organization: Austrian Academy of Sciences, moderated and curated by Dr. Astrid Weiss and Dr. Katta Spiel
Guest Lecture at the Perseo winter school entitled “Gendering Humanoid Robots: Binary Norms and Representation Issues” – organization: University of Vienna, Research Group on Philosophy of Media and Technology and Noosware BV, Amsterdam.
Presentation of the paper “The Shape of Our Bias: Perceived Age and Gender in the Humanoid Robots of the ABOT Database” – 17th Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2022)
My research on Heise.de in an article by Hans-Arthur Marsiske “Human Robot Interaction: Wie feministisch müssen Roboter sein?” [Eng. “Human Robot Interaction: How feminist robots need to be?] “For example, Giulia Perugia (TU Eindhoven) presents a study on gender and age perception in humanoid robots, which she conducted together with colleagues from the University of Siena (…)”
Presentation of the paper “The persistence of first impressions: The effect of repeated interactions on the perception of a social robot” – 15th Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2022)