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Our Machine Friends: A New Yorker Retrospective
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Human-Robot Interaction through the monocle of Uncle Eustace
By RBR Staff



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RETROSPECTIVE

As we embark upon 2013, and ever more robots settle in among us to work side-by-side, to share our productivity burden and maybe even to convince the boss that we’ll never be productive enough, let’s give a moment’s pause for a thing or two from good old Uncle Eustace, who long ago began schooling us on our metal friends and human-robot interaction. Here’s a brief retrospective. Happy New Year.

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