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Latest publications – July
DiPietro, J., Kelemen, A., Liang, Y., & Sik-Lanyi, C. (2019). Computer-and Robot-Assisted Therapies to Aid Social and Intellectual Functioning of [...]
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Humanoid robot Milo by Robokind for autistic children
Robots4Autism by RoboKind Robots4autism offers an evidenced-based ASD curriculum that facilitates learning in an original and entertaining way. The lessons [...]
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Aumi: ‘Your mind looked after’
What is Aumi? Aumi is a new app that helps you organise your mind and your day and reduce instances of burnout or meltdowns. Aumi is built to help you keep [...]
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Interview: The 18 year-old autistic developer behind popular app Aumi, Ethan Shallcross.
Aumi’s young developer gave an interview to ASDtech about his motivation behind Aumi and what makes this app unique. Vanessa Zervogianni (VZ): Hello [...]
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Latest publications – May/June
Koumpouros, Y., & Kafazis, T. (2019). Wearables and mobile technologies in Autism Spectrum Disorder interventions: A systematic literature [...]
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Virtual reality in treatment and education for autistic people
What is virtual reality (VR) technology? VR technology represents a simulation of real world environments based on computer graphics and it encompasses a [...]
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Interview with Dr Yurgos Politis, researcher in assistive technology and special education
ASDtech interviewed Dr Yurgos Politis on the topic of inclusion of neurodiverse populations in education and research as well as virtual reality in [...]
Professor Mark Brosnan presenting CAAR's work with Cozmos at INSAR 2019
Cozmo robot in autism research
Technology can encourage peer-to-peer social interactions research indicates. What is Cozmo? Cozmo is an AI-powered robot for kids and young teenagers. [...]
BETA workshop at the University of Edinburgh
Building Evidence for Technology and Autism dissemination events
The Building Evidence for Technology and Autism project (BETA) has just concluded a 2-year journey bursting with reading, writing, meetings, discussions, [...]