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Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Progress of technology and processing power has enabled the advent of sophisticated technology including Artificial Intelligence (AI) agents. AI agents have penetrated society in many forms including conversation agents or chatbots. As these chatbots have a social component to them, is it critical to evaluate the social aspects of their design and its impact on user outcomes. This study employs Social Determination Theory to examine the effect of the three motivational needs on user interactiondoi:10.24251/hicss.2021.019 fatcat:xda7u3d4ljc3xpba63zc26n4by