Robot4Children developes artificial intelligence algorithms, computer vision, and human-machine interaction within Socially Assistive Robots connected to a cloud platform able to analysis big data. Robots, using internally developed software, can interact with the autistic patient (based on validated therapy protocols) and memorize objective metrics that can be used to adapt it to the patient's specific needs.
Giuseppe Palestra is PhD in Computer Science at University of Bari and CEO of Robor4Children. Winner of Start Cup Puglia 2016, National Award for Innovation.
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Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro