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Robot Dog Helps Find Missing 9-Year-Old Boy in Forest

A 9-year-old boy who went missing in a forest in Germany was found safe and sound thanks to a robot dog. The boy, named Max, had been playing in the forest near his home when he wandered off and got lost. His parents searched for him for hours, but they were unable to find him.

A search and rescue team was called in, and they brought along a robot dog named Spot. Spot is a four-legged robot that is equipped with a variety of sensors, including a camera and a thermal imaging camera. The team used Spot to search the forest, and it was able to find Max's scent. Spot led the team to Max, who was found hiding under a bush.

Max was unharmed and was reunited with his relieved parents. The boy's father said that he was "incredibly grateful" to the search and rescue team, especially to Spot. He said that Spot was "a lifesaver."

This is just one example of how technology can be used for good. Spot the robot dog is a valuable tool for search and rescue teams, and it has helped to save lives. This story is a reminder that there are still good things happening in the world, even when it seems like there is so much bad news.

(Good news stories courtesy of Bard)

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