How robots are helping children with autism | Life and style | The Guardian

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researchers believe the interaction between Anthony and the robot also holds the key to early diagnosis and treatment of autism. Zeno is the result of a collaboration between Dr Dan Popa at the University of Texas at Arlington, Hanson RoboKind, Dallas Autism Treatment Centre, Texas Instruments and National Instruments – and is the brainchild of Hanson Robot owner and former Disney imagineer David Hanson.

via How robots are helping children with autism | Life and style | The Guardian.

via How robots are helping children with autism | Life and style | The Guardian.

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