Filmmaker in Residence at Google X
Everyday Robots (formerly Google X) is building a new type of robot: one that can learn by itself, to help anyone with (almost) anything. They run a paid ‘someone-in-residence’ program where we embed filmmakers, artists and creators within the team to help us challenge and re-imagine the ways in which we think about our robots, and help us tell stories in new ways. To date, they have worked with designers, dancers, and anthropologists to imagine and articulate ways that robots could “behave” in everyday situations and how people could live, work, and relate to our robots. Read more about their inaugural Artist-in-Residence Catie Cuan in the Scientific American.
To learn more about their robots, check out the articles below:
- Inside X’s Mission to Make Robots Boring (Wired)
- Alphabet X’s new Everyday Robot project wants to build robots that can learn from the world around them (The Verge)
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