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'Robot therapist' that teaches children on the autistic spectrum how to take turns and hold conversations.

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Reports on the development led by Honghai Liu, of a robot called Nao designed to work with children with autism to gather information on best ways of communicating with each individual.

Period26 Jun 2017 → 5 Jul 2017

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TitleEU project developing robots to work autonomously with autistic children
Media name/outletSpecial World
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date5/07/17
DescriptionArticle about an EU project developing robots to work autonomously with autistic children and research involving Honghai Liu.
Producer/AuthorSpecial World
URLwww.specialworld.net/2017/07/05/eu-project-developing-robots-to-work-autonomously-with-autistic-children/
PersonsHonghai Liu
TitleNew Research Aims to Develop Robots to Help Children with Autism
Media name/outletAZO Robotics
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date29/06/17
DescriptionArticle on the development of a robot called Nao designed to work with children with autism to gather information on best ways of communicating with each individual.
Producer/AuthorAZO Robotics
URLwww.azorobotics.com/News.aspx?newsID=9315
PersonsHonghai Liu
TitleResearch projects aims to use robot-assisted therapies to help children with autism
Media name/outletCare Appointments
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date28/06/17
DescriptionArticle on the development led by Honghai Liu, of a robot called Nao designed to work with children with autism to gather information on best ways of communicating with each individual.
Producer/AuthorCare Appointments - Editorial Team
URLwww.careappointments.co.uk/education-training/item/42032-research-project-aims-to-use-robot-assisted-therapies-to-help-children-with-autism
PersonsHonghai Liu
TitleThe 'robot therapist' that teaches autistic children how to take turns and hold conversations
Media name/outletThis Is Money
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date26/06/17
DescriptionReport on the development led by Honghai Liu, of a robot called Nao designed to work with children with autism to gather information on best ways of communicating with each individual.
Producer/AuthorStephen Matthews
URLwww.thisismoney.co.uk/health/article-4585140/Could-children-autism-soon-helped-robots.html
PersonsHonghai Liu

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