Scholastic Robotics is developing a proprietary robotic interface educational platform. Once developed, the company's educational platform will provide a valuable resource to the practitioners of autism therapy and then will be expanded to other educational market segments. The company expects their robot to exceed all of the expectations of the present array of robotic 'helpers' that currently occupy the Artificial Intelligence (AI) world. Over the course of time, the company believes their robot will grow increasingly intelligent and conversational, thus opening up more and more of the AI market sector. This particular market has been increasing significantly in its size each year. SNNLive spoke with Ralph Morin, Founder and CEO of Scholastic Robotics at First Look LA 2014 presented by LAVA in Los Angeles, CA.
“Scholastic robotics was a brainstorm that I had a year ago and the robot Ricky is a robot that helps in the treatment of children with autism. It goes into the autistic therapeutic session with the therapist and acts as a non-judgmental, non- threatening participant in the sessions” begins Mr. Morin. SNNLive welcomes Ralph Morin, Founder and CEO of Scholastic Robotics. For more information, check out their website at www.scholasticrobotics.com.
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