Ameliorating Patient-Caregiver Stigma in Early-Stage Parkinsons Disease using Robot co-MediatorsReport as inadecuate


Ameliorating Patient-Caregiver Stigma in Early-Stage Parkinsons Disease using Robot co-Mediators


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Facial masking in early stage Parkinson’s diseaseleads to a well-documented deterioration stigmatization in thepatient-caregiver relationship. This research described in this paper is concerned with preserving dignity in that bond whereotherwise it might be lost, through the use of a robot co-mediatorthat will be capable of monitoring the human-human relationshipfor lack of congruence in the perceived emotional states of the parties concerned. This paper describes the componentarchitectural modules that are being used in support of this 5-year effort, including an ethical architecture developed earlier for the military and previous research on affective companion robotsfor Sony and Samsung that are able to express affective state through kinesics and proxemics.



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Author: Arkin, Ronald C. - -

Source: https://smartech.gatech.edu/







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