Robots have feelings too

@article{Evans2005RobotsHF,
  title={Robots have feelings too},
  author={Dylan Evans},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={437},
  pages={35-35}
}
35 essays by some of the leading lights in affective neuroscience and emotional robotics. The editors, Jean-Marc Fellous and Michael Arbib, begin the book with a short dialogue between two imaginary characters, one with a theoretical bent, the other with a resolutely practical approach. This device allows them to introduce some of the key difficulties that beset the field in a remarkably concise and balanced manner. In just five pages, they give a glimpse of the thorny problems surrounding the…