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Croatian Autism Detecting Robot Attracts Media Attention

ReneA robot named Rene will make autism detection in children both faster and easier, says its Croatian developers…

The scientists behind the humanoid project believe that ‘Rene’, which is equipped with a camera, speakers and a microphone, can quickly asses behaviour and is capable to adapt to the reactions it receives and understand quicker a child’s behaviour. The robot has been quick to attract interest from the world’s media, with Euronews recently coming to Croatia to do a report about the robot.

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