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A University of Wisconsin-Madison engineer is teaching robots “gaze aversion.” They have found that having a robot look around a room while in a conversation improves communication with humans and makes them feel more human-like.
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I hope people would do more to develop human, train up human, explore new abilities of human, instead of robots.  I hope people would understand why.
+George Lincoln progress moves in all directions at once. Disregarding work with robots, or anything else, is only harmful
That baby cyberrman sure looks depressed sitting in the corner like that, without a chair. Is it any wonder he doesn't want to look at you when you're talking to him
Just don't look at the cleavage, man!
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