Robots feel and react

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This Euronews video shows European researchers from 6 countries working on next-generation domestic robots, able to 'understand' human emotions. These robots are able to 'interact' with users and 'express' basic emotions, such as sadness and joy, depending on the occasion.

Researchers working on the Advanced Robotics EU Project "Feelix Growing" believe that these robots will be able to provide home care services to elderly users or patients, and even autistic children.

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