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Teach your dog to code with robots!

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01 April 2016



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Spoiler alert. It’s April 1. But this is actually happening, just not quite the way SF educational robot startup Wonder Workshop describe it in this wonderful video about their new release – WonderPaw. Wonder Workshop launched their first robots Dot and Dash with a very successful Kickstarter in 2013.

San Diego based cognitive science startup CleverPet have released a ‘games console for pets’. CleverPet won the 2015 Robot Launch startup competition and was in the first Qualcomm Robotics Accelerator program. They are already teaching dogs (and cats) to be gamers. I think coding is getting closer.



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