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Robot caregivers: How much interaction with a robot is socially acceptable?

With the continuous increase in life expectancy and the number of people aged 65+ on the rise, it is no wonder that many roboticists have been discussing the use of robot as companion/caregiver for e...
28 January 2015, by

Driven by care needs, will it be the booming senior population that spurs wider acceptance of robots?

Tony Prescott, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and Director of the Sheffield Center of Robotics believes that [tweetquote]the medical industry could be at the forefront of changing the public per...
19 October 2014, by

Service robots boost Danish welfare

In 2006, Denmark created a fund of three billion Danish kronor ($519-million) to study how technologies like service robots can be used to replace manual labour in various public services. Social r...
03 November 2012, by

CES 2012 and Consumer Robotics: Informative yet confusing… and bad food!

CES 2012 was a mammoth display of the trend toward smart, connected devices for every form of consumer activity: toys, appliances, entertainment, health, mobility, etc. More than 20,000 new products w...
16 January 2012, by

CES 2012 and Consumer Robotics: Informative yet confusing… and bad food!

CES 2012 was a mammoth display of the trend toward smart, connected devices for every form of consumer activity: toys, appliances, entertainment, health, mobility, etc. More than 20,000 new products w...
16 January 2012, by

Is 2012 the year that robot applications take root?

Tell us what apps you want. In July of 2008, the app store concept was launched by Apple and it has dramatically changed the mobile industry. Over 1.2 billion apps were downloaded between Chris...
02 January 2012, by


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