Testing the Efficacy of Robot-to-Human Goal Directed Actions: Can Humans Learn From Robots?

 
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Research tells us that humans learn motor actions optimally when they are modeled by a another human being. As robotic technology expands into more areas of our lives, we must question where the limitations of human-robotic interaction lie. In this study, the ability for humans to learn motor actions from robots is tested. The philosophical theory of embodiment is given special theoretical consideration to conceptually frame the function of the motor area of focus, the mirror neuron system. Can we embody robotic actions as effectively as we embody human actions?

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Alissa Baker-Oglesbee is a professor of experimental psychology at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Her interests include philosophical psychology, robotics, artificial intelligence, embodiment, consciousness, and self.

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