Study: Robots boost engagement in children with disabilities

10/21/2013 | Nursing Times (U.K.) (free registration)

A study found that children with cerebral palsy, autism and other disabilities showed a higher level of engagement when they worked with a humanoid robot capable of speech, speech recognition and movement compared with working in a typical classroom setting. The research from Nottingham Trent and Nottingham Universities was presented at the 2013 Interactive Technologies and Games conference.

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