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As robots become more autonomous, people will regard them as more responsible for accidental wrongdoing.
A new mathematical model may help to explain why we are not yet able to create a robot that can jump like a flea, but proposes a way we might get closer to achieving better nature inspired robots.
As social robotics is becoming more popular, researchers explore how people react to the technology. They report people show significantly stronger liking to faulty robots than those that interact perfectly.