Samantha Reig
PhD student, Carnegie Mellon University

Topic:

The inspiration of robotic forms

Bio:

Samantha Reig is a PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University and a NASA Graduate Research Fellow. She holds a B.A. from Cornell University in information science and psychology. Her research in human-computer interaction focuses on situated interactions with interconnected systems, perceptions of robot identity, and personalized experiences with robots and voice agents. Her work uses empirical and design research methods to explore socially complex interactions with AI and what a robot’s form means for the user experience.

Please note that in-person conferences (i.e. AI Hardware Expo on May 5th-6th 2020, AI Enterprise Expo on August 25th-26th 2020 and AI Robotics Expo on November 12th-13th 2020 at SEMI, Milpitas, Silicon Valley) are converted into this virtual AI Expo series. 

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