Could robots be the new face of autism treatment?

06/2/2010 | Popular Science

Researchers at the University of Southern California are using robots to study how children with autism recognize and respond to facial expressions and social cues. A shortage of trained experts to diagnose, study and treat the growing number of children with the disorder has prompted the approach, which researchers say holds promise for improving children's communication skills and interpersonal relationships.

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