Researchers use robots in therapies for individuals with disabilities

01/10/2013 | PBS

Researchers at Notre Dame University and University of Southern California are studying how robots can supplement traditional therapies for individuals for disabilities. At Notre Dame, researchers are using talking robots to teach children with autism how to interact socially. At USC, robots are assisting stroke patients with exercises as part of physical therapy.

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