4 robots that aim to teach your kids to code

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4 robots that aim to teach your kids to code

Anki Cozmo coding robot is on display at CES International in Las Vegas. Cozmo, which debuted in 2016, now comes with an app called Code Lab that allows kids to drag and drop blocks of code that control its movements and animations. They can even access facial and object recognition functions enabled by Cozmo’s front-facing camera. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)

4 robots that aim to teach your kids to code

Anki Cozmo coding robot is on display at CES International in Las Vegas. Cozmo, which debuted in 2016, now comes with an app called Code Lab that allows kids to drag and drop blocks of code that control its movements and animations. They can even access facial and object recognition functions enabled by Cozmo’s front-facing camera. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)

4 robots that aim to teach your kids to code

The Ozobot Evo, which has sensors to interact with its environment, is demonstrated at CES International in Las Vegas. Evo comes equipped to follow around any finger placed before its frontal camera. “We want kids to immediately engage with a robot,” says Nader Hamda, founder and CEO of the Evo’s maker, Redondo Beach, California-based Ozobot.