Developer Mayfield Robotics is hoping to attract people to its home robot, Kuri, by tapping into their emotions more than by promising it will do practical tasks.
Developer Mayfield Robotics is hoping to attract people to its home robot, Kuri, by tapping into their emotions more than by promising it will do practical tasks. Chris Matthews/Kuri TNS
Developer Mayfield Robotics is hoping to attract people to its home robot, Kuri, by tapping into their emotions more than by promising it will do practical tasks. Chris Matthews/Kuri TNS

Startup’s personal robot designed to touch your emotions

February 08, 2017 8:54 AM

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