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Video: Musicians, Dancers, and Robots Unite for Disruptive Collaboration While Improving Human-robot Trust

Researchers from Georgia Tech and collaborators from Kennesaw State University have found that embedding emotion-driven sounds and gestures in robotic arms help establish trust and likability between humans and their AI counterparts.

With National Science Foundation funding, Georgia Tech music technology researchers have programmed a “FOREST” of improvising robot musicians and dancers who interact with human partners.

The results of their research have been conditionally accepted for publication in the open-access journal, Frontiers in Robotics and AI.

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