. Ainsi, les robots ne sont pas seulement des prismes au travers desquels l'homme peut comprendre le vivant d'une manière nouvelle et complémentaire des méthodes traditionnelles, mais ils semblent pouvoir jouer le rôle de médiateurs permettant à certains humains atteints de problèmes cognitifs de se rapprocher des autres hommes. Les robots, bien qu'ils soient encore dénués de la complexité de l'esprit et du comportement de la plupart des êtres vivants

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