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Researchers introduced a state-of-the-art social robot into a classroom of 18- to 24-month-olds for five months as a way of studying human-robot interactions.
The children not only came to accept the robot but treated it as they would a human buddy—hugging it and helping it—a new study says.

Researchers introduced a state-of-the-art social robot into a classroom of 18- to 24-month-olds for five months as a way of studying human-robot interactions.

The children not only came to accept the robot but treated it as they would a human buddy—hugging it and helping it—a new study says.