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Most robots are so much more than a pretty face, but most humans don't see them that way. We make snap decisions about a robot's personality, friendliness and abilities - all from the way it looks, even if it's just a projection on a display screen, new research shows.

A new study, published in the August 28 issue of PLOS ONE, adds to growing evidence that as robots become assistants and collaborators in all aspects of our lives, their apperance can deeply influence how well machines and humans interact.

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