[Survey] Looking for Male Malays for Human-Robot-Interaction Study


We are conducting a 3-year study to investigate how humans interact with robots in different application scenarios such as business, disaster, healthcare, and education. For this year, we investigate how humans interact with robots. The task involves assessing trust in the interaction.

We are looking for male Malays as test subjects. They can be students or employees age 18 years and older. They must be proficient in English. Participants are required to schedule and attend a session which will last for about one hour 30 minutes, at our office in Brickfields. Transportation can be provided from KL Sentral.

The benefits of participating in this research are:
• You will interact with humanoid robots to provide feedback for improving the robotic trust system technology;
• You will learn how to evaluate robotic performance;
• You will be compensated for your time on the project.

There are no risks as you will only be required to complete an online evaluation form, and to read prepared scripts. You will receive RM50 for your participation. Your participation is completely voluntary.

If you find this interesting and meet the above requirements, please contact us immediately by calling 03 2273 6766 during office hours, or 019 965 9806 to arrange for a suitable time. Availability is limited to first-come, first-served.

This research is conducted under the direction of Dr. Halimahtun Mohd Khalid of Damai Sciences, in cooperation with Professor Loo Chu Kiong of University of Malaya.