SOCIAL EXPOSURE: EXAMINING THE UNDERLYING INSECURITIES IN THE FUTURE OF ROBOTICS Archive HOME > SOCIAL EXPOSURE: EXAMINING THE UNDERLYING INSECURITIES IN THE FUTURE OF ROBOTICS

The social influence of robots on people and the insecurities this can bring should not be underestimated. Research conducted by Kaspersky and Ghent University has found that robots can effectively extract sensitive information from people who trust them, by persuading them to take unsafe actions. For example, in certain scenarios, the presence of a robot can have a big impact on people’s willingness to give out access to secure buildings.