CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Meet Milo, a robot helping kids with autism

RoboKind's humanoid robot Milo is used to teach social skills to children with autism. Bridget Carey also looks at a few ways today's working robots are more people-friendly.

Milo is a two-foot tall robot that teaches trivia and plays games. But this isn't just another talking toy. Milo is designed to help children with autism -- and research shows the robot is making a difference in improving social skills.

Watch CNET Update to see RoboKind's Milo in action at the RoboUniverse expo in New York, and learn how other robots are working with humans in new ways:

Close
Drag
Autoplay: ON Autoplay: OFF

CNET Update delivers the tech news you need in under three minutes. Watch Bridget Carey every afternoon for a breakdown of the big stories, hot devices, new apps, and what's ahead. Subscribe to the podcast via the links below.

Subscribe:

iTunes (HD) | iTunes (SD) | iTunes (HQ) | iTunes (MP3)

RSS (HD) | RSS (SD) | RSS (HQ)| RSS (MP3)

Download the audio version of today's episode:

Meet Milo, a robot helping kids with autism