attention: The phenomenon of focusing mental resources on a specific object or event.
autonomous: Acting independently. Autonomous vehicles, for instance, pilot themselves based on instructions that have been programmed into their computer guidance system.
behavior: The way something, often a person or other organism, acts towards others, or conducts itself.
colleague: Someone who works with another; a co-worker or team member.
context: The setting or circumstances that help explain an event, some statement or some conclusion.
develop: To emerge or to make come into being, either naturally or through human intervention, such as by manufacturing. (in biology) To grow as an organism from conception through adulthood, often undergoing changes in chemistry, size, mental maturity or sometimes even shape.
factor: Something that plays a role in a particular condition or event; a contributor.
information: (as opposed to data) Facts provided or trends learned about something or someone, often as a result of studying data.
nonverbal: Without words.
robot: A machine that can sense its environment, process information and respond with specific actions. Some robots can act without any human input, while others are guided by a human.
roboticist: Someone who designs or builds robots.
self-driving car: Also known as a driverless car or autonomous vehicle. These cars pilot themselves based on instructions that have been programmed into their computer guidance system.
system: A network of parts that together work to achieve some function. For instance, the blood, vessels and heart are primary components of the human body’s circulatory system. Similarly, trains, platforms, tracks, roadway signals and overpasses are among the potential components of a nation’s railway system. System can even be applied to the processes or ideas that are part of some method or ordered set of procedures for getting a task done.
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