Wednesday, February 11, 2015

a Tele-Presence enacted upon either a man or a  child with autism offers spontaneous, imaginary, and symbolic play, which can help one with autism think concretely into the world of abstract concepts and ideas.
Symbolic play can take learning a step further by enabling kids to take part in scenarios to help them understand how the world works.
Children with low verbal skills often undergo intensive verbal behavior analysis, speech therapy, and even oral motor exercises. These therapies are often successful to various degrees, but if a person diagnosed early with Autism is rendered applicable for Immersive Reality and a A.I, based tele-Presence A.I. rendition can encourage speech and social  development and help kids use what they have learned  with A.I. eventually in a natural environment.

Imitation and joint attention two skills used in Brain Computer Interface and A.I., has  been shown to enhance how well children with autism will reallocate their experiences with 'an imaginary" friend (a Tele-Operator  well  outside the interface but the child will use the foundations he or she has modeled and mastered from a Brain Computer Interface  when the child leaves behind these "training wheels The Mentored "Joint attention  BCI precipitates in the child whose mind has been augmented with biosensors bring this acquired Joint Attention into the Real World of Social Interaction opposed to Brain /Computer Interaction
Children can use imaginary play to communicate non-verbally through joint attention used during play. They can also begin to use words meaningfully, through emotions rather than through rote memorization.
Several studies have shown that symbolic play skills are associated with language abilities in children with autism
BCI can foster creativity, which is important for students who receive a steady diet of structured behavioral therapy  Imaginary play can encourage engagement, facilitate interaction, and promote the development of abstract thought.
Creative play using puppets and stuffed animals can help children learn in a spontaneous way, which is invaluable because in life kids will have to often react on the fly instead of always having structure as a crutch.
Humor and Virtual reality straight to One's Auditory and Visual Coretx as well as direct currents aimed at aspects of their temporal lobe which can be "aimed" to encourage production of one's gland that produces Oxytocin which may help a child or man or woman struggling with bonding issues ...temporarilt feel a warmth and kindredness to either their Tele-Present "partner" and eventually a friend or parent outside of the system dynamic
BCI may also be able to improve their ability to experience empathy, or theory of mind – the ability to understand what others might be thinking. A mentor might "share" what is on his or her mind with a Direct Neural Interface ,deliberately unbuffered by "machine"

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