My classmate, the robot: NY pupil attends school remotely
A 4-foot-tall robot is giving a New York second-grader the chance to go to school. Life-threatening allergies keep 7-year-old Devon Carrow out of his suburban Buffalo school. But the VGo robot with a wireless video hookup gives him the school experience remotely, allowing him to participate in class, stroll through the hallways and hang out at recess.
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