People in Wales could be at the forefront of finding out how we interact with robots

Japan may be at the cutting edge of the robot revolution but now Wales is gearing up to understand how our lives might change as artificially intelligent agents become more commonplace in our homes and communities. They already play our music, cook our food, record our TV shows, and even direct us on our journeys, but soon the robots we react with could be much more involved in our lives. Experts say we’ll interact robots and other types of artificial agents, such as avatars, increasingly in the near future – in workplaces, public spaces, and our own homes, as well as in education, health and care settings. Now Dr Emily Cross, a social neuroscientist based at Bangor University’s leading School of Psychology, is about to investigate what impact these new…


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