Carnegie Mellon researchers explore non-cooperative human-robot interaction.
New robot systems encourage engagement with patients and keep doctors and caregivers updated.
One of the pioneers in socially assistive robots discusses how all parts of a robot are important for human interaction.
Intuition Robotics is offering ElliQ, its “sidekick for happy aging,” for presales, and its founder describes how it’s sharing the “Q” AI platform with partners and investors such as Toyota.
Integrating robots into a household environment will require a different approach to robot design than industrial automation, writes guest columnist Alexandre Colle.