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Our purpose is to investigate the key elements for representing personal presence, which is the sense of being with a certain individual. A case study is reported in which children performed daily conversational tasks with a geminoid, a teleoperated android robot that resembles a living individual. Different responses to the geminoid and the original person are examined, with a special focus on the case where the target child was the daughter of the geminoid source. Our results show that children gradually adapt to conversation with the geminoid, but the operator’s personal presence is not represented completely. Further research topics on the adaptation process to androids and the key elements of personal presence are discussed.
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