Children interact with a programmable humanoid robot, Pepper, developed by French robotics company Aldebaran Robotics, at the Global Robot Expo in Madrid last month. Photo: AFP Children interact with a programmable humanoid robot, Pepper, developed by French robotics company Aldebaran Robotics, at the Global Robot Expo in Madrid last month. Photo: AFP
Children interact with a programmable humanoid robot, Pepper, developed by French robotics company Aldebaran Robotics, at the Global Robot Expo in Madrid last month. Photo: AFP
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Children interact with a programmable humanoid robot, Pepper, developed by French robotics company Aldebaran Robotics, at the Global Robot Expo in Madrid last month. Photo: AFP Children interact with a programmable humanoid robot, Pepper, developed by French robotics company Aldebaran Robotics, at the Global Robot Expo in Madrid last month. Photo: AFP
Children interact with a programmable humanoid robot, Pepper, developed by French robotics company Aldebaran Robotics, at the Global Robot Expo in Madrid last month. Photo: AFP
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