Brain/gesture-reading system lets users stop and correct errant robots

Last year, we heard about an MIT-designed system that detects when someone has observed a robot making a mistake, and that stops the robot as a result. A new addition now allows that person to let the robot know what it should be doing, using hand gestures…
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