Milo is the first facially expressive robot designed for the classroom and put into mass production. He was designed to help children with autism learn social and emotional skills and to be a platform for educational content. Milo was developed over 2.5 years between 2012 and 2015, and was created from a lineage of human-like facially expressive robots. His older brother was Zeno, the first robot from RoboKind, which was built for research. Milo now has a sister, Robon, and a brother Jett, who also teach elementary school children to code. With more than 30 years of research supporting the use of robots in autism and education, Milo is not just a robot, but the way to put expert-level teacher and therapist knowledge into any classroom today.