The use of artificial intelligence and robots not only improves autism, but also opens up the possibility of using microbots such as robot surgery and dementia. It is not impossible for robots to operate on their own through artificial intelligence, deep learning, and machine learning. It can be expected to increase the accuracy of surgery while being used for distinguishing nerves and muscles.

Dr. Park Jung-hyuk (Biomedical Engineering Department at George Washington University) said, “So far, the results can show significant results when treating autistic children using robots.” He added, “This means that it is possible to establish a learning environment similar to that of the general public.”

In addition, as a result of patent application, he said, “By simply filming a user video, you can know whether a child is an autistic child by simply playing with a robot.”

Dr. Park Jung-hyuk’s deep learning experiment with autistic children can analyze 70 factors and identify autistic children with 90% accuracy with just 15 to 30 minutes of video play video. Dr. Park Jung-hyuk believes that extended research is possible in conjunction with the medical community.

Dr. Park Jung-hyuk is studying human interactions at George Washington University using social robots such as autism and machine learning. This result was produced by thinking about the part where robots can be used in human emotion expression. Dr. Park Jung-hyuk said, “I have used robots that operate not only as means of treating autistic children but also as means of interaction and exchange for autistic children,” adding, “While approaching them in a friendly manner, they are less complex than humans and smarter than toys.” It is a part that can relieve the stress of autistic children who are under a lot of social stress,” he said.

Autistic children don’t like to touch dirty things, but when robots want to, they are willing to put their hands in and find what they want, and roll along the lab floor with robots that roll forward without anyone telling them to.

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