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In 2013 professors David Harris Smith of McMaster University and Frauke Zeller of Ryerson University created what they called the “HitchBOT,” an experiment with the aim of answering the question of how human beings interact with new technology and “Can robots trust human beings?”Who killed hitchBOT?
We know who killed hitchBOT, the world's most beloved hitchhiking robot Over the weekend, a loveable, harmless robot was found decapitated on the outskirts of Philadelphia. There's only one possible explanation for who did it: the CIA.Can we trust hithitchbot?
HitchBOT was designed as a social robot with a personality and all the classic elements of drama, so it had a quest, and that quest was fraught with obvious dangers. Usually, we are concerned whether we can trust robots, e.g. as helpers in our homes.What happened to the hitchhiking robot?
HitchBOT, Hitchhiking Robot, Meets Demise in Philadelphia After Two Weeks in U.S. HitchBOT, the tweeting, child-sized robot that made its way across Canada and safely visited Germany and the Netherlands was "vandalized" in the U.S.