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LuxAI's QTRobot, a humanoid robot designed to assist teaching children with autism, has been a crowd-pleaser at CES 2019
Considered to be the world’s foremost gathering place for innovative technology, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is in full swing, with 16 Luxembourg startups participating.
For the 2019 edition, the CES has already attracted over 180,000 participants, 35% of which are visiting from outside the US--including 16 startups from Luxembourg--twice as many as were present at the 2018 edition.
The Luxembourg village has been welcoming visitors during the event, and it has been a “very satisfying start,” Jérôme Grandidier of Luxfactory told Delano’s sister site, Paperjam.
Recent tweets by the startup accelerator confirm the “energy on [sic] the booth” and that it was “overcrowded”.
And it turns out that LuxAI’s QTRobot, a humanoid robot, is proving to be one of the crowd-pleasers. The robot is designed to assist in teaching new skills, particular to children with autism spectrum disorder. The social robot has been named an honoree of the innovation awards in the “tech for a better world” category. Grandidier added that the neighbours benefited from the robot and “its nice visibility”.