Humanizing Machines: Robotics at Georgia Tech
Arkin, Ronald C.
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While we may not live in the robot-mediated world envisioned by previous generations, robots have replaced humans in many situations where size is a limiting factor and where extremely repetitive or dangerous tasks must be performed. Join us and find out what researchers at Georgia Tech are learning about jumping robots; moral reasoning and emotions in robots and how this relates to the ethical behavior of robots in war; and collaborative exploration, mapping, and sensing by micro autonomous systems in terrestrial and aerial environments and how this can help first responders.