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Theory of Mind and Socially-Assistive Robots

Wednesday 31st July / presented by Fiona Bartholomaeus

Research has revealed that children on the autism spectrum are motivated to engage with socially-assistive robots.

A new project at UWA Symbiotica is drawing on methods from dramaturgy, film studies and animation to demonstrate the possible achievements of this research.

UWA Symbiotica researcher Ziggy O'Reilly joined RTRFM to tell us more.

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