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People favour expressive, communicative robots over efficient and effective ones

Making an assistive robot partner expressive and communicative is likely to make it more satisfying to work with and lead to users trusting it more, even if it makes mistakes, a new study suggests....
19 August 2016, by

Should cars be fully driverless? No, says MIT engineer and historian David Mindell

by Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office If you follow technology news — or even if you don’t — you have probably heard that numerous companies have been trying to develop driverless cars for a de...
15 October 2015, by

Virtual assistants are the testbeds for tomorrow’s personal robots

Virtual assistants are setting the bar for the kind of user experience people will expect from the social robots of tomorrow....
22 September 2015, by

SMEs need robots that know their limitations and ask for help

Socrates famously said that “the only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing." Yet while we often equate human intelligence with the ability to recognize when help is needed and where to see...
15 September 2015, by

Igniting a debate on legal, therapeutic and educational robotics

The benefits of assistive technologies are well known – reduced inefficiencies, low costs, available 24/7 and much more. But not so well known are the appropriate legal regulations that need to be ...

How much interaction with a robot is socially acceptable?

We have a tall order when it comes to dreaming up a trustworthy care robot: a robot could clean the house, find and fetch objects, and even keep seniors company. But if robots take on so many daily c...
13 January 2015, by


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Mercedes-Benz is teaching autonomous cars how to speak | Daimler Media

Alexander Mankowsky, a futurologist at Daimler AG: "We see the car that drives itself - the autonomous robot - embedded in the overall picture of future mobility, with humans playing the main role in ...
07 July 2014, by

Innovative cooperation between workers and robots at Mercedes-Benz

German automotive company Daimler has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with German KUKA AG, a leading systems integrator and robotics manufacturing company. The partnership focuses on huma...
25 January 2013, by

Multilateral manipulation by human-robot collaborative systems

Robot surgeons promise to save lives in remote communities, war zones, and disaster-stricken areas. A grant from the National Science Foundation will allow researchers to design the optimum workplace ...
09 January 2013, by

Multilateral manipulation by human-robot collaborative systems

Robot surgeons promise to save lives in remote communities, war zones, and disaster-stricken areas. A grant from the National Science Foundation will allow researchers to design the optimum workplace ...
09 January 2013, by

Robots on stage

The Japanese theater company Seinendan and Ishiguro Laboratory at Osaka University are exploring new dimensions of human-robot-interaction on stage, a new field involving a fusion of theater, arts and...
20 November 2012, by

Inversion effect in human-robot interaction

University of Canterbury researchers Christoph Bartneck and Jakub Zlotowski found people's brain functions showed they perceived robots as humans.See on www.stuff.co.nz...
29 October 2012, by

Brainwave-controlled cat tails for humans move according to moods | Wired UK

The Japanese company that gave us mind-controlled cat ears has upped the ante with a new line of detachable cat tails for humans that move according to a wearer's mood... See on www.wired.co.uk...
24 September 2012, by

Exploring the relationship between art and machines

Ghosts in the Machine surveys the constantly shifting relationship between humans, machines, and art. See on museumpublicity.com...
09 July 2012, by

Lively international innovation summit about robotics

Today’s devices are becoming smarter and connected. They sense their environment, process the data collected and act upon their decisions autonomously or semi-autonomously.  The transformation is ...
23 December 2011, by

Lively international innovation summit about robotics

In Lyon, France, 14th to 16th March, 2012. Save the date!By Frank Tobe, Editor/Publisher, The Robot Report (www.TheRobotReport.com)and Catherine Simon, General Secretary, French Federation of Rob...
23 December 2011, by







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