Saturday, November 10, 2018

For Autistic Kids, Robots Can Be Social, Learning Study Buddy

Robots have been put to work assembling cars in factories, answering questions at conventions and hotel lobbies, moving packages in warehouses, and more. Now, a team at the University of Southern California is studying how well robots work with autistic children, to offer personalized support and learning. Faith Lapidus reports.

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British-based startup ARC unveiled its first motorcycle model in Milan this week

One being described as fast, advanced and expensive. The so-called Vector costs more than $100,000