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Masayuki Nakane

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Masayuki Nakane obtained his B.Sc. in Psychology and Computer Science from the University of Manitoba, Canada. He was involved in Human-Robot Interaction laboratory at the University of Manitoba until 2014.

Robots are expensive, and they are also hard to program. As a result, researchers often use software simulations instead of real robots to study human-robot interaction. But do people interact with simulated robots in the same way they would with real robots?