Carnegie Mellon graduate student, Bilge Mutlu, conducted a study that showed that humans respond to robots more effectively if the robot exhibits human-like body language.
Carnegie Mellon's Information Security Office (ISO) recently conducted a campus-wide study on phishing prevention.
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