Minha Lee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial Design at the Eidhoven University of Technology. Her work explores "how we can design interactions with conversational agents like robots or chatbots as our moral mirrors for exploring moral emotions and concepts like compassion or fairness." Her paper "Caring for Vincent: A Chatbot for Self-Compassion" (co-authored with S Ackermans, N van As, H Chang, E Lucas, W Ijsselsteijn) introduces a new perspective on the role of chatbots in mental health.
About Minha Lee:
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=yVt9qu4AAAAJ
"Caring for Vincent: A Chatbot for Self-Compassion"
M Lee, S Ackermans, N van As, H Chang, E Lucas, W Ijsselsteijn
"Speech Acts Redux"
Minha Lee's Dissertation:
Two Forthcoming Papers:
"People May Punish, But Not Blame, Robots"
"Conversational Futures: Emancipating Conversational Interactions for Futures Worth Wanting"
"The Extended Mind" (mentioned in this episode)
A Clark & D Chalmers
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