A Robot Physical Therapist Helps Kids with Cerebral Palsy

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This robot, called Darwin, helps people with their physical therapy.

A young girl in Atlanta manages the symptoms of cerebral palsy with regular physical therapy, which normally means a visit to a doctor’s office, or hours of boring, repetitive actions on her own. Recently though, she began taking instructions, at home, from a pint-sized robot physical therapist called Darwin.

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