NAO Robots Used In Treatment Of People With Special Needs (Video)

Watch Robots Play Part in Treatment for People With Special Needs on PBS. See more from PBS NewsHour.

 

"Notre Dame psychology professors use a robot built in France by Aldebaran Robotics as a tool to encourage children with autism, who may struggle just to engage in simple conversation. According to the Autism Society, 1 percent of American children ages three to 17 have an autism spectrum disorder."

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