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The future of human-robot interaction

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The robots are coming and th ey are getting smarter\, evolving from single task devices (think Roomba) into machines that can make their own decisions and autonomously navigate public spaces. From transportation systems\, hospitals and the military\, to the Robotization of our workplaces and households\, robots will be ever ywhere and will increasingly interact with people. Dr. Darling explains wh y people fear some robots and empathize with others\, while also prompting —\; and answering —\; questions about what society’\;s rel ationship with these robots could look like in the future.

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Speakers: Dr. Kate Darling\, Leading Expe rt in Social Robotics and MIT Media Lab Research Specialist

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