Interactive Robot Helps Children with Autism




What if a robot could help children with autism learn? That’s the question researchers at Vanderbilt University wanted to answer by developing an interactive robot with the help of some young children with autism. Barb Cramer says the results are very promising.

To read more about the research, visit vanderbilt.edu

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