[Air-L] [External] Typologies of robots

Peter Joseph Gloviczki PhD pgloviczki at coker.edu
Mon Jun 14 13:35:03 PDT 2021

Hi Christian and all,

Cynthia Breazeal’s work at MIT might be of some help, though I’m unsure if
she provides a specific typology.

Hope this helps, Peter

On Monday, June 14, 2021, Christian Fuchs <christian.fuchs at uti.at> wrote:

> Hello,
> does anyone know about publications where there is a typology of robots,
> i.e. not unjustified lists of types of robots (e.g.
> https://www.allonrobots.com/types-of-robots/ is not what I am interested
> in = lists without theory), but a distinction of different types of robots
> based on a combination of theoretical criteria of distinction presented
> e.g. in the form of a table or figure with at least two dimensions ?
> Thank you for sharing any references you might have come across featuring
> such typologies...
> Kind regards
> Christian
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