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Ronald Arkin

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Regents Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology and Director of its Mobile Robot Laboratory

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Remember Hal? The first conversation between a human being and a robot might well have happened in 1968 in Stanley Kubrick's iconic film  2001: A Space Odyssey .

The World of Robots -- in Love and War

Remember Hal? The first conversation between a human being and a robot might well have happened in 1968 in Stanley Kubrick's iconic film 2001: A Space Odyssey .

from Which Way, L.A.?

Remember Hal? The first conversation between a human being and a robot might well have happened in 1968 in Stanley Kubrick's iconic film  2001: A Space Odyssey .

The World of Robots -- in Love and War

Remember Hal? The first conversation between a human being and a robot might well have happened in 1968 in Stanley Kubrick's iconic film 2001: A Space Odyssey .

from To the Point

The first conversation between a human being and a robot might well have happened in 1968, in Stanley Kubrick's iconic film  2001 : a Space Odyssey.

The World of Robots -- in Love and War

The first conversation between a human being and a robot might well have happened in 1968, in Stanley Kubrick's iconic film 2001 : a Space Odyssey.

from To the Point

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