Astrid Weiss‘ Research

Creating technology for and with people…

Industry 4.0 & Cobots

Industry 4.0 & Cobots

Within industrial work settings, studying how work is distributed between people and technology, how it is practically achieved, and how systems...

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User Involvement

User Involvement

As a social scientist working together with engineers and computer scientists I am often asked: Why does this humanist stuff matter? The answer...

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Social Human-Robot Interaction (sHRI)

Social Human-Robot Interaction (sHRI)

Right now is an important time in the research fields of Human-Robot Interaction and Social Robotics (sHRI): Technological readiness levels...

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My most recent projects…

SharedSpace 2018-2022
RoboGen 2018-2021
AssistMe 2015-2017
V4HRC 2013-2016
Hobbit 2011-2015
My Projects

Current research interests…

Social Acceptance

What makes people accept or reject technology? User acceptance of interactive technology...

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Trust & Robots

How to design robots that we trust in interaction? An autonomous system is a machine or...

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Long-Term Studies

How does technology experience change over time? A key question in HCI and HRI is not only...

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Gender & Tech

How does gender impact technology usage and design? Agent-like technology, such as voice...

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Astrid Weiss @TedxTuwien 2017 – Will care robots care?

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ÖAW talk by Sami Haddadin

ÖAW talk by Sami Haddadin

Last Friday, Prof. Sami Haddadin gave an inspiring talk about „robotics and AI“ at the ÖAW...

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Some Media Coverage on the SharedSpace project

Some Media Coverage on the SharedSpace project

A short interview on my current project SharedSpace: Über das Zusammenleben mit Buddy, dem Gefährtenroboter

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Dagstuhl Seminar

Dagstuhl Seminar

22. – 26. April 2019 the Dagstuhl seminar, I co-organized, on Ethics and Trust: Principles, Verification and Validation in AI and robotics took place. It was a great...

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