Sun, 24 November 2013
Robots Have Feelings, Too - In Their Hands and Feet - with Researcher / Entrepreneur / MIT PhD Eduardo Torres-Jara
When most people comment on robots having feelings, they're talking about emotional intelligence. Eduardo Torres-Jara is talking about the sense of touch.
As he explains, touch is an often neglected robotic "sense," and it's a sense that we as humans are more likely to take for granted than sight or sound. Why does touch make for safer robots in the factory, or robotcs better able to walk upright? Find out in this week's podcast.
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