How Do You Design a Robot That's an Extension of Your Human Family?


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The Jetsons' Rosie the Robot made it look easy. In reality, though, there's a lot that goes into creating a robot that people feel comfortable enough to allow in their homes. And it's even harder to design a robot that feels like an extension of your human family. Along with Mayfield Robotics' creation Kuri, the company's CTO will talk through how her team is working to do just that. Guests: Kaijen Hsiao, Mayfield Robotics; Steve Kovach, Business Insider

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