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Science  10 Nov 2017:
Vol. 358, Issue 6364, pp. 729
DOI: 10.1126/science.aao3113

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Originally published in France in 2016, Living with Robots combines the authors’ expertise in philosophy—in particular, Paul Du­mouchel’s scholarship on the role of emo­tion in shaping social life and Luisa Damiano’s work on human and artificial cognition—to offer insight into problems raised by advances in robotics and artificial intelli­gence that will be faced by future societies. Throughout the book, the authors provide a conceptual framework for thinking about possible scenarios of human-robot interac­tions, most extensively with regard to our relationships with social robots.