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Kids Can Now Teach Robots To Play Angry Birds – For Science

by Wochit 0:39 mins

Kids Can Now Teach Robots To Play Angry Birds – For Science

by Wochit 0:39 mins

In what must be the cutest example of human-robot interaction in recent months, researchers at Georgia Tech are helping kids teach robots how to play Angry Birds and, in the process, help the kids regain muscle movement and control. Kids play games and a little two-legged robot watches. The robot keeps an eye on the score, recreates what the child did, and then tries to increase the score.

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