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Man Wants a Less Needy Robot 'Woman'

In her book Alone Together, MIT professor Sherry Turkle claims that the emergence of "sociable robots" has already started to change our attitudes towards human relationships. As one example, she shares the story of interviewing a 64-year-old man named Wesley. After ...

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