New robots help humans cope with illness

The Autism News | English By Space Daily Robots that can cook, dance to Michael Jackson songs or guide the blind are among the gadgets aimed at helping humans cope with illnesses on display in Spain at one of the world’s biggest annual gatherings of new technology enthusiasts. Standing 58 centimetres (23 inches) tall and with a plastic shell for a body, a humanoid robot called Nao drew a crowd at the Campus Party in Valencia as it danced to Jackson’s “Billie Jean” with a black hat on its head. “I am thrilled to be at the Campus Party!” it said in in a mechanical voice in English

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New robots help humans cope with illness

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