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Contest Determines Name of Social Robot

RoboKind announces the Robots4Autism Name Our Robot Contest results.
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RoboKind announces the Robots4Autism Name Our Robot Contest results. The contest invited members of the autism, special needs, education and technology communities to suggest and vote on a name for the company’s humanoid robot. After tabulating votes, the winning name is Milo the Robot.

Robots4Autism, a comprehensive autism intervention program, uses the social robot to deliver developmental instruction to children with autism. Milo the Robot features life-like facial expressions and natural social engagement to teach critical emotional and social skills to these individuals.

To meet Milo the Robot and find out more, visit http://www.robots4autism.com.

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