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Towards Interactional Symbiosis: Epistemic Balance and Co-presence in a Quantified Self Experiment

Abstract : In the frame of an experiment dealing with quantified-self and reflex-ivity, we collected audio-video data that provide us with material to discuss the ways in which the participants would work out social synergy through co-presence management and epistemic balance-accounting for their orientation towards the familiar symbiotic nature of human interactions. Following a Conversational Analysis perspective, we believe that detailed analysis of interactional behaviors offers opportunities for socially interactive robots design improvements , that is: identify and reproduce human ordinary skills in order to make the machines more adaptable.
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Nicolas Rollet, Varun Jain, Christian Licoppe, Laurence Devillers. Towards Interactional Symbiosis: Epistemic Balance and Co-presence in a Quantified Self Experiment. Symbiotic Interaction: 5th International Workshop, Sep 2016, Padua, Italy. ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-57753-1_13⟩. ⟨halshs-02501172⟩

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