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Looking at Cog's still unfinished head, MIT neuroscientist Brian Scassellati ponders where he should mount the microphones that will enable the robot to hear. As important as controlling how the robot responds to people, he believes, is having some control over how people respond to the robot. The project does not have the resources to create a mock human being. MIT, Cambridge, MA. From the book Robo sapiens: Evolution of a New Species, page 65.

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Looking at Cog's still unfinished head, MIT neuroscientist Brian Scassellati ponders where he should mount the microphones that will enable the robot to hear. As important as controlling how the robot responds to people, he believes, is having some control over how people respond to the robot. The project does not have the resources to create a mock human being. MIT, Cambridge, MA. From the book Robo sapiens: Evolution of a New Species, page 65.