Engineering Reliable Interactions in the Reality-Artificiality Continuum

Davide Ancona
(University of Genova, DIBRIS)
Chiara Bassano
(University of Genova, DIBRIS)
Manuela Chessa
(University of Genova, DIBRIS)
Viviana Mascardi
(University of Genova, DIBRIS)
Fabio Solari
(University of Genova, DIBRIS)

Milgram's reality-virtuality continuum applies to interaction in the physical space dimension, going from real to virtual. However, interaction has a social dimension as well, that can go from real to artificial depending on the companion with whom the user interacts. In this paper we present our vision of the Reality-Artificiality bidimensional Continuum (RAC), we identify some challenges in its design and development and we discuss how reliable interactions might be supported inside RAC.

In Rafael C. Cardoso, Angelo Ferrando, Daniela Briola, Claudio Menghi and Tobias Ahlbrecht: Proceedings of the First Workshop on Agents and Robots for reliable Engineered Autonomy (AREA 2020), Virtual event, 4th September 2020, Electronic Proceedings in Theoretical Computer Science 319, pp. 69–80.
Published: 23rd July 2020.

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