‘To Siri with Love’: How Siri helped give teen with autism a voice
According to the CDC, one in 68 U.S. children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder. Judith Newman, author of the new book “To Siri with Love,” tells TODAY how Apple’s electronic personal assistant fostered the communication skills of her teenage son Gus, who has autism.
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