This Robot Will Take Your Face
The Uncanny Valley: That's the term researchers use to describe the strange sensation humans feel when they look at a computer-generated face or a humanoid robot and can tell that there's something off about the machine. A startup in Stockholm called Furhat has set out to reduce the queasy factor by giving computers and robots friendlier, more natural faces.
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