Japanese boffins create robo-child

Japanese boffins have developed a robot which slowly develops social skills by interacting with humans and watching their facial expressions.

The robot which looks like a anaemic child dangles its legs from a chair as its shoulders rise and fall with rythmic breathing and its black eyes follow movements across the room. Osaka University professor Minoru Asada said that human babies have limited software programs but have room to learn new routines.

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