If robots are going to play well with humans, they have to master even the subtlest of interactions. Georgia Tech roboticists (the same guys who gave us a robot that touches appropriately) have developed a robot that gauges its observers' attention level, and reacts to those around it. With a wave, the adorably humanoid Simon attempts to get the attention of a nearby researcher. Using ...
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