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Populist Human-Computer Interface: Kissenger

Populist Human-Computer Interface: Kissenger
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Author(s): Emma Yann Zhang (Imagineering Institute, Malaysia)
Copyright: 2022
Pages: 18
Source title: Analyzing Current and Future Global Trends in Populism
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Adrian David Cheok (Professional University of Information and Management for Innovation, iUniversity, Tokyo, Japan)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4679-6.ch007

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Abstract

With advances in HCI and AI, and increasing prevalence of commercial social robots and chatbots, humans are communicating with computer interfaces for various applications in a wide range of settings. Kissenger is designed to bring HCI to the populist masses. In order to investigate the role of robotic kissing using the Kissenger device in HCI, the authors conducted a modified version of the imitation game described by Alan Turing by including the use of the kissing machine. Results show that robotic kissing has no effect on the winning rates of the male and female players during human-human communication, but it increases the winning rate of the female player when a chatbot is involved in the game.

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