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Can a Robot Hear Music? Can a Robot Dance? Can a Robot Tell What it Knows or Intendes to Do? Can it Feel Pride or Shame in Company? -- Questions of the Nature of Human Vitality

By Colwyn Trevarthen

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Topics: Developmental Psychology, Robotics
Publisher: Lund University Cognitive Studies
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:2619

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