Karl Foutch wanted Milo to keep dancing.

In a chair opposite Milo, Foutch swayed side to side, ignoring the directives of two therapists who wanted him to tell Milo to stop.

Milo could have danced forever. He’s a futuristic-looking robot that never gets tired and always remains positive.

But the purpose of the exercise wasn’t to keep him on his toes. The purpose was to teach Foutch how to listen and respond.

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