Spark 181: A Future Vision for Subtile Human/Robot Interaction

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Chris Parker, a post-doctoral researcher at the University of British Columbia in robotics, describes his vision of how robots and humans may be able to communicate in a subtle and natural way in the future making it easier for humans to understand and utilize their robotic assistants.

In addition to the nine minute segment that was broadcast during the weekly program, there is also a full uncut version of the interview available.

Via: Spark 181 – May 6 & 9, 2012 | Spark

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