Kids With Disabilities Can Teach This Robot How To Play ‘Angry Birds’

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Georgia Tech has created a robot-smart tablet system as a future rehabilitation tool for children with cognitive and motor-skill disabilities. Children teach the robot how to play Angry Birds.

A clinician could program the robot to cater to a child’s needs, such as turn taking or hand-eye coordination tasks, and then send the machine home…
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