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Joanne Pransky is an American robotics expert and futurist who provides professional advice on using and marketing robotics devices. She calls herself the "World's First Robotic Psychiatrist" for her expertise on issues concerning the human/robot relationship. She is a graduate of Tufts University in Massachusetts, United States.
In 1996 she became the U.S. Associate Editor for 'Industrial Robot Journal' published by Emerald. She formerly served as the U.S. Associate Editor for Emerald's journals 'Assembly Automation' and 'Sensor Review'. Beginning with its founding in April 2004 she is associate editor of 'Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery'.
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