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The original robot "butler": What Zuckerberg can learn from Carnegie Mellon's HERB

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The original robot "butler": What Zuckerberg can learn from Carnegie Mellon's HERB

Mark Zuckerberg's announcement to create an "AI butler" has made a big splash in the news. But CMU has their own version, and it's been 11 years in the making.

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