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Robot-human interaction on display at Science Museum

The Science Museum is showcasing the work of researchers hoping to improve how humans and machines interact, as part of European Robotics Week.

Robotville Festival is taking place from 1 to 4 December at the Science Museum in London.

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  • First of all I appreciate the wonderful development of robots. If human & machine interaction improves it will be very useful for space releted inventions.

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