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Teleoperation is one of the oldest applications of human-robot interaction, yet decades later, robots are still difficult to control in a variety of situations, especially when used by non-expert robot operators. That difficulty has relegated teleoperation to mostly expert-level use cases, though everyday jobs and lives could benefit from teleoperated robots by enabling people to get tasks done remotely. Research has made great progress by improving the capabilities of robots, and exploring adoi:10.3389/frobt.2022.704225 pmid:35425813 pmcid:PMC9002051 fatcat:wbci5dl5bzakbjya25uq3ts54i