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Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. With Pepper, research is oriented to its autobiographical memory and interactions with humans. The robot is taught to access its memories and give them meaning. The clinical application desired is the accompaniment of elderly people and social interaction around past, shared experiences. Tests carried out follow an established protocol: initial contact between the elderly person and the robot thanks to a pre-programed dialog created by the person£s friends and family, a way of starting the relationship. Next comes the interaction, then the appraisal, a dialog between the robot and human on the time spent together. This work was presented at the Lisbon Congress in August 2017. MR  ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. With Pepper, research is oriented to its autobiographical memory and interactions with humans. The robot is taught to access its memories and give them meaning. The clinical application desired is the accompaniment of elderly people and social interaction around past, shared experiences. Tests carried out follow an established protocol: initial contact between the elderly person and the robot thanks to a pre-programed dialog created by the person£s friends and family, a way of starting the relationship. Next comes the interaction, then the appraisal, a dialog between the robot and human on the time spent together. This work was presented at the Lisbon Congress in August 2017. MR ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. With Pepper, research is oriented to its autobiographical memory and interactions with humans. The robot is taught to access its memories and give them meaning. The clinical application desired is the accompaniment of elderly people and social interaction around past, shared experiences. Tests carried out follow an established protocol: initial contact between the elderly person and the robot thanks to a pre-programed dialog created by the person£s friends and family, a way of starting the relationship. Next comes the interaction, then the appraisal, a dialog between the robot and human on the time spent together. This work was presented at the Lisbon Congress in August 2017. MR  ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. With Pepper, research is oriented to its autobiographical memory and interactions with humans. The robot is taught to access its memories and give them meaning. The clinical application desired is the accompaniment of elderly people and social interaction around past, shared experiences. Tests carried out follow an established protocol: initial contact between the elderly person and the robot thanks to a pre-programed dialog created by the person£s friends and family, a way of starting the relationship. Next comes the interaction, then the appraisal, a dialog between the robot and human on the time spent together. This work was presented at the Lisbon Congress in August 2017. MR ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. A number of emotions can be reproduced with Reeti using an interface that is easy to use by medical staff. Research with Reeti is led by a child psychiatrist to encourage communication with autistic children. Children with autistic disorders concentrate more with a robot who can endlessly, and without getting bored, repeat attitudes that represent easily identifiable emotions. Reeti can also talk. This robot would be an ideal neuropsychiatric medium. Research will be presented at the CFP Congress in Lyon in December 2017. MR  ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. A number of emotions can be reproduced with Reeti using an interface that is easy to use by medical staff. Research with Reeti is led by a child psychiatrist to encourage communication with autistic children. Children with autistic disorders concentrate more with a robot who can endlessly, and without getting bored, repeat attitudes that represent easily identifiable emotions. Reeti can also talk. This robot would be an ideal neuropsychiatric medium. Research will be presented at the CFP Congress in Lyon in December 2017. MR ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. A number of emotions can be reproduced with Reeti using an interface that is easy to use by medical staff. Research with Reeti is led by a child psychiatrist to encourage communication with autistic children. Children with autistic disorders concentrate more with a robot who can endlessly, and without getting bored, repeat attitudes that represent easily identifiable emotions. Reeti can also talk. This robot would be an ideal neuropsychiatric medium. Research will be presented at the CFP Congress in Lyon in December 2017. MR  ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. A number of emotions can be reproduced with Reeti using an interface that is easy to use by medical staff. Research with Reeti is led by a child psychiatrist to encourage communication with autistic children. Children with autistic disorders concentrate more with a robot who can endlessly, and without getting bored, repeat attitudes that represent easily identifiable emotions. Reeti can also talk. This robot would be an ideal neuropsychiatric medium. Research will be presented at the CFP Congress in Lyon in December 2017. MR ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. A number of emotions can be reproduced with Reeti using an interface that is easy to use by medical staff. Research with Reeti is led by a child psychiatrist to encourage communication with autistic children. Children with autistic disorders concentrate more with a robot who can endlessly, and without getting bored, repeat attitudes that represent easily identifiable emotions. Reeti can also talk. This robot would be an ideal neuropsychiatric medium. Research will be presented at the CFP Congress in Lyon in December 2017. ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. A number of emotions can be reproduced with Reeti using an interface that is easy to use by medical staff. Research with Reeti is led by a child psychiatrist to encourage communication with autistic children. Children with autistic disorders concentrate more with a robot who can endlessly, and without getting bored, repeat attitudes that represent easily identifiable emotions. Reeti can also talk. This robot would be an ideal neuropsychiatric medium. Research will be presented at the CFP Congress in Lyon in December 2017. ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. A number of emotions can be reproduced with Reeti using an interface that is easy to use by medical staff. Research with Reeti is led by a child psychiatrist to encourage communication with autistic children. Children with autistic disorders concentrate more with a robot who can endlessly, and without getting bored, repeat attitudes that represent easily identifiable emotions. Reeti can also talk. This robot would be an ideal neuropsychiatric medium. Research will be presented at the CFP Congress in Lyon in December 2017. MR  ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Reportage in the U1208 Lab at Inserm, which studies cognitive sciences and robot-human communication. The team works with two robots. A number of emotions can be reproduced with Reeti using an interface that is easy to use by medical staff. Research with Reeti is led by a child psychiatrist to encourage communication with autistic children. Children with autistic disorders concentrate more with a robot who can endlessly, and without getting bored, repeat attitudes that represent easily identifiable emotions. Reeti can also talk. This robot would be an ideal neuropsychiatric medium. Research will be presented at the CFP Congress in Lyon in December 2017. MR ©Marie Bienaimé / BSIP/ The Image Works
Start of the semester at TU in Garching, 2012 - Start of the semester at TU in Garching: in the picture students are reflected in the window of a classroom. Großraum München | Germany ©Florian Peljak/ SZ Photo / The Image Works
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Start of the semester at TU in Garching, 2012 - Start of the semester at TU in Garching: in the picture students are reflected in the window of a classroom. Großraum München | Germany ©Florian Peljak/ SZ Photo / The Image Works
USA, Puerto Rico - Arecibo: Radiotelescope . 5/20/2006   ©Gerhard / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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USA, Puerto Rico - Arecibo: Radiotelescope . 5/20/2006 ©Gerhard / ullstein bild / The Image Works
USA, Puerto Rico - Arecibo: Radiotelescope . 5/20/2006   ©Gerhard / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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USA, Puerto Rico - Arecibo: Radiotelescope . 5/20/2006 ©Gerhard / ullstein bild / The Image Works
USA, Puerto Rico - Arecibo: Radiotelescope . 5/20/2006   ©Gerhard / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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USA, Puerto Rico - Arecibo: Radiotelescope . 5/20/2006 ©Gerhard / ullstein bild / The Image Works
Morristown, New Jersey, September 21, 2017: An electric meter from JCP&L Jersey Central Power & Light - FirstEnergy Corp. ©The Star-Ledger / Andrew Miller / The Image Works
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Morristown, New Jersey, September 21, 2017: An electric meter from JCP&L Jersey Central Power & Light - FirstEnergy Corp. ©The Star-Ledger / Andrew Miller / The Image Works
UK: A female medical student  studies a beaker in the  chemistry laboratory of the  Royal Free Hospital, London.     Date: 1914  ©Illustrated London News Ltd / Mary Evans / The Image Works
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UK: A female medical student studies a beaker in the chemistry laboratory of the Royal Free Hospital, London. Date: 1914 ©Illustrated London News Ltd / Mary Evans / The Image Works
New York: A student researching gas molecules at a laboratory in New York. 1928  ©Scherl / Sueddeutsche Zeitung / The Image Works
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New York: A student researching gas molecules at a laboratory in New York. 1928 ©Scherl / Sueddeutsche Zeitung / The Image Works
Germany: A technician using a miscroscope in the research department of the M.A.N. company in Nuremberg.   Vintage property of ullstein bild. 1938  ©Wolff & Tritschler / ullstein bild / The Image Works
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Germany: A technician using a miscroscope in the research department of the M.A.N. company in Nuremberg. Vintage property of ullstein bild. 1938 ©Wolff & Tritschler / ullstein bild / The Image Works
1930s.  BEARDED MAN ASTRONOMER LOOKING THROUGH PLANETARIUM LARGE TELESCOPE. MR   ©H. ARMSTRONG ROBERTS/ClassicStock/ The Image Works
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1930s. BEARDED MAN ASTRONOMER LOOKING THROUGH PLANETARIUM LARGE TELESCOPE. MR ©H. ARMSTRONG ROBERTS/ClassicStock/ The Image Works
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Boulder, Colorado - Research wind turbines near grazing cattle at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Wind Technology Center, a unit of the US Department of Energy. August , 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Boulder, Colorado - Research wind turbines near grazing cattle at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Wind Technology Center, a unit of the US Department of Energy.
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Boulder, Colorado - Research wind turbines near grazing cattle at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Wind Technology Center, a unit of the US Department of Energy. August , 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Boulder, Colorado - Research wind turbines near grazing cattle at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's Wind Technology Center, a unit of the US Department of Energy.
August , 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, looks for seeds stored at 0 degrees F in the freezer at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. August , 2017.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, looks for seeds stored at 0 degrees F in the freezer at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture.
August , 2017. © Jim West / The Image Works
Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, inspects the contents of a tank of liquid nitrogen that stores seeds and other germplasm at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. August , 2017.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, inspects the contents of a tank of liquid nitrogen that stores seeds and other germplasm at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture.
August , 2017. © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, opens a tank of liquid nitrogen that stores seeds and other germplasm at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. August , 2017.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, opens a tank of liquid nitrogen that stores seeds and other germplasm at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture.
August , 2017. © Jim West / The Image Works
Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, inspects the contents of a tank of liquid nitrogen that stores seeds and other germplasm at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. August , 2017.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, inspects the contents of a tank of liquid nitrogen that stores seeds and other germplasm at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture.
August , 2017. © Jim West / The Image Works
Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, inspects the contents of a tank of liquid nitrogen that stores seeds and other germplasm at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. August , 2017.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Amy Gurza, a biological science technician, inspects the contents of a tank of liquid nitrogen that stores seeds and other germplasm at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture.
August , 2017. © Jim West / The Image Works
Fort Collins, Colorado - Tanks of liquid nitrogen store semen from cows and other animals at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. Beth Krehbiel (right) a graduate student at Colorado State University, and animal geneticist Harvey Blackburn examine the contents of one cyro tank. Blackburn enables a clear view of the contents by vacuuming escaping nitrogen vapor produced as the liquid nitrogen boils. August , 2017.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Tanks of liquid nitrogen store semen from cows and other animals at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. Beth Krehbiel (right) a graduate student at Colorado State University, and animal geneticist Harvey Blackburn examine the contents of one cyro tank. Blackburn enables a clear view of the contents by vacuuming escaping nitrogen vapor produced as the liquid nitrogen boils.
August , 2017. © Jim West / The Image Works
Fort Collins, Colorado - Tanks of liquid nitrogen store semen from cows and other animals at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. Beth Krehbiel (left) a graduate student at Colorado State University, and animal geneticist Harvey Blackburn open a cyro tank. As the liquid nitrogen inside boils, Blackburn will vacuum the escaping vapor to enable a clear view of the contents. August , 2017.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Tanks of liquid nitrogen store semen from cows and other animals at -320 degrees F at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. Beth Krehbiel (left) a graduate student at Colorado State University, and animal geneticist Harvey Blackburn open a cyro tank. As the liquid nitrogen inside boils, Blackburn will vacuum the escaping vapor to enable a clear view of the contents.
August , 2017. © Jim West / The Image Works
Fort Collins, Colorado - Scott Spiller, a biological lab technician, studies the viability of boar sperm that, a few minutes earlier, had been frozen. He is working at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation, which stores germplasm from plants and animals. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture. August , 2017.  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Fort Collins, Colorado - Scott Spiller, a biological lab technician, studies the viability of boar sperm that, a few minutes earlier, had been frozen. He is working at the National Laboratory for Genetic Resources Preservation, which stores germplasm from plants and animals. The lab is part of the Department of Agriculture.
August , 2017. © Jim West / The Image Works

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