This Platform Is A Launching Pad For Groups To Create Social Robots

This Platform Is A Launching Pad For Groups To Create Social Robots

Furhat Robotics uses human-machine research to help develop ideas for new robots

Eva Recinos
  • 13 may 2016

As social robots continue to be developed by different teams, each group hopes to make something that will further close the gap between human and technological interactions.

Furhat Robotics created a platform that resulted from “more than 15 years of cutting-edge research in human-machine interaction and spoken dialog systems,” according to its website.

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