#198 – The future of interactive education…with robots.

A serial entrepreneur and researcher, Richard Margolin studied cognitive and computational neuroscience at Trinity College and Mechanical engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a Forbes Technology Council member, a 2017 Tech Titan, a Finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of The Year 2018 Award in the Southwest region and was recently named a Red Herring Top 100 Global winner for the year’s most promising private technology ventures. His company has developed Robots4Autism and Milo, a socially advanced robot, whose proven effectiveness with learners with ASD is over 80 percent as opposed to the 3 percent for traditional therapy. To continue their mission of diverse and inclusive education, RoboKind created Robots4STEM, a visual programming language that gives children the building blocks for computer science.

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