How great would it be if you could give your robot constructive criticism to let it know how it's performing on the job? According to Bill Steele-Cornell, Cornell University, a new approach called "coactive learning" lets manufacturers do just this. Cornell University is currently working on teaching robots to plan their actions. Then humans can give their feedback. In this article, Steele-Cornell discusses feedback for modern robots for assembly automation and in a home setting away from the production line.