Dr Nancy Cooke Of Arizona State University On The Future Of Robotics Over the Next Few Years
A high-tech industry veteran interviews Nancy Cooke, a professor of human systems engineering at The Polytechnic School, a part of the Fulton Schools, about the outlook on the future of robots and their roles in the world. As an expert in human behavior and cognition, Cooke foresees possibilities for people and robots to work more productively together in an array of pursuits. The potential for successful collaboration could expand with advances in artificial intelligence, or AI, technology that can be integrated into robotics, Cooke says. But she cautions that first AI needs to become socially intelligent, in a good way, for beneficial progress to result.