Robots are everywhere it seems, and now they are helping children with autism learn to communicate better. 

The program is called Robots4Autism and according to reports, it's being introduced in schools across the nation. One mother of an autistic child that uses MILO noted that kids are into electronics so much these days and that sometimes "MILO can be so much more patient than the parents". MILO has 11 different facial expressions and can dance and walk as well. The robots cost about $5000 and you can find more details at Robots4Autism.com.