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Robotics professor Henny Admoni answers the internet's burning questions about robots! How do you program a personality? Can robots pick up a single M&M? Why do we keep making humanoid robots? What is Elon Musk's goal for the Tesla Optimus robot? Will robots take over my job writing video descriptions...I mean, um, all our jobs? Henny answers all these questions and much more.



Director: Lisandro Perez-Rey

Director of Photography: Jeff Smee

Editor: Ron Douglas

Expert: Henny Admoni



Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi

Associate Producer: Brandon White

Production Manager: Eric Martinez

Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila



Camera Operator: Alex Grant

Audio: Robert Buncher

Production Assistant: Maria Bosetti



Post Production Supervisor: Alexa Deutsch

Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant

Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen

Assistant Editor: Andy Morell



Special Thanks: Human And Robot Partners Lab at Carnegie Mellon University

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