Een mens sociale vaardigheden leren doe je met... een robot!

Written by Guido Jansen in
July 2007

"Children with autism are often described as robotic: They are emotionless. They engage in obsessive, repetitive behavior and have trouble communicating and socializing.  Now, a humanoid robot designed to teach autistic children social skills has begun testing in British schools.  

Human interaction can be very subtle, with even the smallest eyebrow raise, for example, having different meanings in different contexts," Robins said. "It is thought that autistic children cut themselves off from interacting with other humans because, for them, this is too much information and it is too confusing for them to understand." Voor het complete bericht: wired.com Een robot die autistische kinderen sociale vaardigheden leert... De ironie...

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