Artificial Intelligence

Will humans and robots ever be friends? Here's what science can tell us

Fun with friends? Image: REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Tony Prescott

Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Sheffield

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‘Robot’ and Frank form a friendship over the course of the film. Image: Samuel Goldwyn Films/Alamy
A military bomb disposal robot similar to ‘Boomer’. Image: US Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Bobby J. Segovia/Wikimedia Commons

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