Robots have been making progress in the rescue and recovery arena for more than a decade, and while they have grown more capable at navigating rubble, their people skills have been lacking--a critical obstacle for assisting panicked, injured or young victims. Stanford University's Clifford Nass is helping address that concern in partnership with Robin Murphy, director of the Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue at Texas A&M University.
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