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Study explores why human-inspired machines can be perceived as eerie. By Ingrid Fadelli. Tech Xplore. April 25, 2024. [online]

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Can the 'uncanny valley' help us in a future 'metaverse'? By David Hueston. The Japan Times. January 13, 2022. [online]

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Best times to invest, and the uncanny valley. Indiana University News. November 22, 2021. [podcast, transcript]

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The fault in the uncanny valley. By Dora Bajkuša. Digital Reflections. July 18, 2021. [online]

Storytelling robots send parents of young children into AI’s ‘uncanny valley.’ By Dave Pearson. AI in Healthcare. June 7, 2021. [online]

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Cel mai cunoscut robot social al lumii intră în producție de serie, dar specia­liștii nu sunt chiar entuziasmați. By Romulus Deac. New Money. March 29, 2021. [online]

Scientists explore the secrets of the uncanny valley effect. By Qianzhan. TJBH News. January 22, 2021. [online]

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'Cats' is undeniably creepy, and there's a psychological reason for it: They're sexy. They're creepy. They live in the uncanny valley. By Claire Cameron. Inverse. December 23, 2019. [online]

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This brain region may be why some robots send chills down your spine. By Maria Temming. Science News. July 2, 2019. [online]

너는 아니? 중성목소리…AI가 여성목소리인 이유. By 고영태 기자. KBS News. May 9, 2019. [online]

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Should Siri, Alexa or Cortana have a gender? This new artificial voice Q is a mix. By Erica Evans. Deseret News. March 22, 2019. [online]

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怎么肥事?化完妆的你还不如一颗土豆美. Sina. January 22, 2019. [online]

Hardwired: Gender bias in robots and artificial intelligence. By Rebecca Zahabi. Three Crows Magazine. January 21, 2019. [online]

Por qué Siri, Alexa o Cortana tienen voz de mujer. By Víctor Millán. Hipertextual. January 6, 2019. [online]

Siri, Cortana, Alexa: ¿sabes por qué los asistentes virtuales tienen nombre de mujer? By Ana I. Martínez. ABC. December 4, 2018. [online]

This is why voice assistants are all female. By Debra Kelly. Grunge. [online]

我們與機器手臂的共同語言,是肢體語言. By 愛范兒. November 17, 2018. Tech News. [online]

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Female bias in voice technologies reflect societal preferences, experts say. By Sunny Kim. The Daily Texan. October 12, 2018. [online]

Why Do We Make Our AI Assistants Female? By Leah Johnston. The Sussex Newspaper. September 24, 2018. [online]

Avoiding the uncanny valley in virtual character design. By Valentin Schwind, Katrin Wolf, and Niels Henze. September-October, 2018. IX Interactions. [online]

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Congratulations, it’s a girl: Exploring sexism in artificial intelligence. By Tomas Haffenden. Mumbrella. November 10, 2017. [online]

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Alexa, Siri, Cortana: The problem with all-female digital assistants. Men and women may prefer female voices, but it's about time we had more male options. By Joanna Stern. The Wall Street Journal. February 21, 2017. [online, print]

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為什麼蘋果的Siri是女性的聲音?其實是有原因的 [Why does Apple's Siri have a female voice? In fact, there's a reason]. By Zhou Fengyi. China Times. November 5, 2015. [online]

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Mismatch in Human Realism of Face and Voice of Human Looking Animated Characters, Robots Make Us Feel Creepy. By Rich Schneider. IUPUI News Center. October 31, 2011. [online]

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