A few words about the recently published book «People and Robots»
The international monograph «People and Robots» by professors Oleg Figovsky (Israel) and Oleg Pensky (Russia) was published at the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia in 2021. The authors consider the problems and results of mutual coexistence of humans and robots, including psychological aspects; give examples of the coexistence of humans and robots at all stages of human life: from birth to death; describe forecasts of the possible development of a robotic society in the near and distant future; offer mathematical models to assess the current state and prospects of relationships between humans and robots. The book is based on original works published by authors in Russia and abroad in recent years.
The monograph was published in 368 pages and is intended both for specialists in the field of humanities (political science, psychology, philosophy, economics), technical, physical and mathematical sciences, and for a wide range of readers interested in the issues of coexistence of humans and robots and the prospects for this coexistence. Since the monograph describes modern achievements in robotics and provides guidelines for the future, the book will be interesting for readers engaged in innovative projects. In particular, the book can be useful for generating your own ideas in creating new robots that are comfortable for humans.