CES 2015: Robots Engage Kids’ Learning

CES 2015: Robots Engage Kids’ Learning

A host of different bots for kids of all ages take a role in various learning stage

Janet Burns
  • 8 january 2015

Introducing technology to children is a central concern of educators, but recent studies have revealed that too much screen time can inhibit social development, and even the capacity for emotional recognition, in kids. In response, various robotics firms are offering interactive, social, and — first and foremost — fun ways for kids to learn about cutting-edge tech through different methods of play, as exhibitors at this week’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will explore.

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