Dogs pick up robots’ social cues

Machines seem more like people after human interaction


ROBOT MASTER  The PeopleBot may not look much like a human, but some dogs would follow its directions if they had seen the robot interacting with humans beforehand.

Courtesy of Eniko Kubinyi

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