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Stateside 7.12.2018

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On today's Stateside, as robots begin to look and sound more like real humans, how will that change the way  that we interact with them in our everyday lives? Plus, a conversation with Motown royalty and founding member of The Four Tops Abdul “Duke” Fakir about the timeless appeal of Motown music.

To listen to individual interviews, click here or see below: 

Detroit foreclosure buy-back expansion faces time crunch, funding uncertainty

Howes: Creative opportunities abound in Detroit as carmakers ditch auto shows

New tax law could get first official Michigan WWII memorial off the ground

Motown legend talks breaking barriers, civil rights, and glory days

Reporter finds DEQ superfund expert warned state of PFAS dangers six years ago

The benefits and pitfalls of making robots act more like humans


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