May 11, 2007 lecture by Ken Goldberg for the Stanford University Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (CS 547). Ken describes a new class of systems that combine networks, robots, cameras, sensor, actuators, and human input to observe and record detailed animal behavior in remote settings. He also presents a series of results on robots collaboratively controlled by humans via networks.
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