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Will the elderly be taken care of by robots?


Dick Pelletier


Ethical Technology

December 19, 2012

As we go forward into what promises to be an amazing “magical future,” robots will boost economies around the world, while raising living standards for the elderly.


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Posted by Intomorrow  on  12/20  at  01:17 PM

The dying can also be comforted by ‘bots.






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