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Mini: It takes two to tango (Julie Shah and Laura Majors‪)‬ MINDWORKS

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In their new book, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting Robots: The Future of Human-Robot Collaboration”, Prof. Julie Shah, associate dean of Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing at MIT, and Laura Majors, Chief Technology Officer at Motional, describe the relationship between humans and robots in terms of a dance. Anyone who has danced with a partner knows that, to be successful, it is paramount that each partner understands, not only their own capabilities, but their partner's capabilities, then communicate those capabilities to each other. How does this principle apply to the relationship between humans and robots? You’re going to have to listen to this mini to find out!
Listen to the entire interview in Human-Robot Collaboration with Julie Shah and Laura Majors

In their new book, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting Robots: The Future of Human-Robot Collaboration”, Prof. Julie Shah, associate dean of Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing at MIT, and Laura Majors, Chief Technology Officer at Motional, describe the relationship between humans and robots in terms of a dance. Anyone who has danced with a partner knows that, to be successful, it is paramount that each partner understands, not only their own capabilities, but their partner's capabilities, then communicate those capabilities to each other. How does this principle apply to the relationship between humans and robots? You’re going to have to listen to this mini to find out!
Listen to the entire interview in Human-Robot Collaboration with Julie Shah and Laura Majors

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