Curious about the latest in social robotics?
International CES Speaker and MIT researcher Cynthia Breazeal's (@cynthiabreazeal) recent profile on Recode.net as part of its #BostonTech series sparked dozens of tweets from those interested in social robotics, including Robert Swirsky, Andrew McAfee and Kelly Hoey:
What is social robotics? In the post, Recode Senior Editor James Temple describes it this way:
"At its core, social robotics is about human-computer interaction, enabling means of delivering instructions and receiving information in the most effective way."
The post is equal parts robotics primer and Breazeal biography, with plenty of quotes from Breazeal and other leading lights in the field. It also features a well-produced short video interview with Breazeal.
And while we're on the subject...
For more on social robotics and Cynthia Breazeal's work, check out this video of her presentation at MIT's recent "ROBOTS: From Imagination to Market" event:
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