Technology is amazing, but it has its downsides. When new stuff comes out, it takes time to learn how to use it—we're still not entirely sure how Snapchat works, to be honest. That's exactly what's been hindering our ability to control robots with our minds. Even though we have the basics of that technology, humans need to learn how to think in order for robots to understand those thoughts. In 2017, researchers announced a project to teach robots how to better interact with humans, instead of the other way around.
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Written by Ashley Hamer March 20, 2017
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