Robot Keeko. China has used a 60-cm-long Keeko robot to teach young children in schools, moving entirely independently through sensors and internal cameras. It also comes with a small screen to interact with students, used by teachers to tell stories to kindergarten students, Of 600 kindergartens across the country with Keeko robot, and his manufacturers hope to expand in Great China and Southeast Asia.
According to the British Daily Mail website, the robot is moving on small wheels with no arms and has built-in cameras that support sensors and a front camera.
“When children see Keeko with his round head and small body, they will love and care about him and it will be easy for them to receive information,” said Kandy Cheung, who works with Keeko Robot Xiamen Technology as a coach.