Company seeks investors for social-skills robot

Interbots, a Pittsburgh-based company is seeking investors for its Popchilla robot, which is being used to help children ages 3 to 15 who have autism learn social-reference skills. The company, which has created high-end robots, said it is plans to make a consumer model that will cost about $500.

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