Can 'soul-less' robots make us weep?

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Can 'soul-less' robots make us weep?

A study of technology’s role in music therapy has found robot musicians wanting.

Researchers studied the electric brain responses of twenty non-musicians who listened to classical piano sonatas played either by a computer or a musician.By investigating how the vegetative nervous system responds to music, researchers aimed to research music-therapeutic applications for the ...

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