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Two separate studies have recently demonstrated that humans can, in fact, empathize with their robotic counterparts.
Scientists are investigating whether studies designed to help train people could also be applied to teams of both robots and humans, in a technique known as cross-training.
Cory-Ann Smarr, a member of Georgia Tech's Human Factors and Aging Laboratory, recently talked with redOrbit about her team’s research into the psychology of robotic assistance.
DARPA announced on Wednesday some of the top teams that will compete in its $2 million contest to create robots that can be used to assist in natural disasters and other emergencies.
Microsoft is developing a robot that can act as a virtual presence for a boss who is absent from the office, thus putting an end to those who live out the saying "when the cat's away, the mice will play."
The National Science Foundation (NSF) will showcase a broad range of NSF-funded projects at this year's USA Science & Engineering Festival at the Washington Convention Center this weekend.
If a robot in combat has a hardware malfunction or programming glitch that causes it to kill civilians, do we blame the robot, or the humans who created and deployed it?
Kinea Design and Scott Technology today jointly announced that they have been selected by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) to develop and commercialize HookAssist, the worldâ€™s first beef boning collaborative robot.
Urban search and rescue (USAR) task forces are essential for locating, stabilizing, and extricating people who become trapped in confined spaces following a catastrophic event.
The International Journal of Humanoid Robotics is scientific journal established in 2004 and published by World Scientific. It covers the development of intelligent humanoid robots, both theoretical and practical in nature, with an emphasis on future projections. Areas covered include: Design, Mental Architecture, Kinematics, Visual Perception and Human-Robot Interaction. Editors-in-Chief of the journal are Ming Xie (School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological...
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