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Robots are better to work with when they’re bad at their jobs | Popular Mechanics


curated by | August 9, 2017

The robots might be coming for our jobs, but right now most of them still can’t navigate around a fountain. Today’s robots make a lot of mistakes, but according to new research, we might not find that to be such a bad thing—it turns out people tend to prefer robots that make mistakes over robots that perform their jobs flawlessly.

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