Japanese elementary school enrolls robot exchange student (GIZMAG)

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Japanese elementary school enrolls robot exchange student (GIZMAG)

Postby jeffbert » 7 years ago

Little kids are being introduced to a robotic classmate, & as far as I know, they are accepting ROBOVIE as just another student. 10 images are available, along with several paragraphs:

Japanese elementary school enrolls robot exchange student

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Postby Fuzzy Pickles! » 7 years ago

Can't believe that the day of Astro Boy technology are slowly inching in. I can't wait until the day robots and humans can walk without discrimination (same with the GLBT community).

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Postby Anime Girl » 7 years ago

That's really cool! I would love to have a robot student in my class. It would be so cool.
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Postby spartanx01 » 7 years ago

This is interesting
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Postby Mr. » 7 years ago

Instead of giving real kids with urgent need of education education, they give it to a robot. Well done Japan. You deserve a medal. :rolleyes:
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Postby jeffbert » 7 years ago

So, Mr., are you saying that they are neglecting real kids?
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Postby Crazy_Red » 7 years ago

"Mr." wrote:Instead of giving real kids with urgent need of education education, they give it to a robot. Well done Japan. You deserve a medal. :rolleyes:


I’m not too sure what you mean by this. In Japan, elementary education is compulsory and 99% of the population is literate.

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Postby Mr. » 7 years ago

"Crazy_Red" wrote:[QUOTE=Mr.;207875]Instead of giving real kids with urgent need of education education, they give it to a robot. Well done Japan. You deserve a medal. :rolleyes:


I’m not too sure what you mean by this. In Japan, elementary education is compulsory and 99% of the population is literate.[/QUOTE]

I'm not just talking about Japanese kids.
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Postby Mr. » 7 years ago

"jeffbert" wrote:So, Mr., are you saying that they are neglecting real kids?


Yes?
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Postby Androids101 » 7 years ago

No offense, but why are you getting worked up over a science research program? Isn't introducing kids to robots and technology a GOOD THING?
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