Cognitive neuroscience could pave the way for emotionally intelligent robots

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Human beings have the ability to recognize emotions in others. Although perfectly capable of communicating with humans through speech, robots and virtual agents are only good at processing logical instructions, which greatly restricts human-robot interaction (HRI). Consequently, a great deal of research in HRI is about emotion recognition from speech. But first, how do we describe emotions?
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