“The huggable: a new type of therapeutic robotic companion” by Stiehl, Breazeal, Han, Lieberman, Lalla, et al. …

  • ©Walter Dan Stiehl, Cynthia Breazeal, Kuk-Hyun Han, Jeff Lieberman, Levi Lalla, Allan Maymin, Jonathan Salinas, Daniel Fuentes, Robert Toscano, Cheng Hau Tong, and Aseem Kishore


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