Japanese Robots with Tim Hornyak

22nd February 2007

Tim Hornyak is the author of “Loving the Machine: The Art & Science of Japanese Robots.” His book investigates the history of robots in Japan, from the pre-industrial age to today. We talk about why Japan’s cultural history makes their perception of robots quite different from ours, as well as some of the most important […]

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Tim Hornyak is the author of “Loving the Machine: The Art & Science of Japanese Robots.” His book investigates the history of robots in Japan, from the pre-industrial age to today. We talk about why Japan’s cultural history makes their perception of robots quite different from ours, as well as some of the most important robots in Japanese culture and technology.

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