A literature review on new robotics : automation from love to war

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Royakkers, L.M.M.; Est, van, Q.C.;

This article investigates the social significance of robotics for the years to come in Europe and the US by studying robotics developments in five different areas: the home, health care, traffic, the police force, and the army. Our society accepts the use of robots to p... View more
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