Robot Baby To Help Learn Social Development Of Children (+VIDEO)

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The researchers at Osaka University designed the Affetto robotic baby, which mimics the facial expressions and reactions of one- and two-year-olds. They’ve done this to study Cognitive Developmental Robotics, a method of analyzing social development between children and caregivers. Eventually, the plan is to create a full body robot toddler fitted with responsive sensors.

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