Researchers use "virtual peers" to interact with children with autism

Researchers at Northwestern University in Illinois are using life-sized, computer-animated virtual peers to learn more about how to help build communication skills in children with autism. Operated by video-game and touch-screen technology, virtual peers invite the children with autism to join in conversation or interact and play games.

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