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Can Robots Surpass Humans in Helping Kids With Autism?

The development of robot-enhanced therapy for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is taking a step forward thanks to research from the University of Portsmouth and the DREAM project. DREAM is designing robots that can operate autonomously and help human therapists improve autistic children’s social interaction skills. Children with ASD seem to engage more readily […] The post Can Robots Surpass Humans in Helping Kids With Autism? appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
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