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- A Complexity Analysis of User Interaction with Hotel Robots
- Adoption of robots and service automation by tourism and hospitality companies
The course introduces students to the key theoretical concepts of robots, artificial intelligence and service automation and their implementation in a travel, tourism and hospitality context. The course delves into the economic aspects of RAISA technologies, what are their impacts of the operations, marketing, human resources management, and finance of travel, tourism and hospitality companies. The course outlines the major drivers of automation in tourism and elaborates on why companies in the industry might be forces to use automation.
A Complexity Analysis of User Interaction with Hotel Robots
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. This paper explores the current state and the potential adoption of service automation and robots by tourist, travel and hospitality companies. Despite the huge advancements in social robotics, the research on robots in tourism has been extremely limited — a gap that is partially filled by this paper. Save to Library. Create Alert.
Adoption of robots and service automation by tourism and hospitality companies
In the hotel industry, sometimes it feels like the future is now. Many of the leading hotel brands have started using robots to improve the guest experience. In fact, a few have been testing it for some time. And that has led to the dawn of the robot bellman, the robot butler, and the robot hotel concierge. Robot technology is the future but hotels are already adopting it to improve the guest experience.
Service robots have been introduced to hotel industry in the past decade and received various feedback on their performance. To provide better service, one needs to understand how the hotel customers look at the service robots. This is the first work to study human-robot interaction in hotels in China. Frequent pattern mining and social network analysis techniques are used in this work to find out useful suggestions to both hotel management and robot manufactory.
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