Les robots aussi victimes de préjugés raciaux?

Selon une nouvelle étude, oui:

But a new study suggests that the color white can also be a social cue that results in a perception of race, especially if it’s presented in an anthropomorphic context, such as being the color of the outer shell of a humanoid robot. In addition, the same issue applies to robots that are black in color, according to the study. The findings suggest that people perceive robots with anthropomorphic features to have race, and as a result, the same race-related prejudices that humans experience extend to robots.

À lire sur spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/humanoids/robots-and-racism

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