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Robot caregivers help the elderly

Our life expectancy lengthens and members of the ‘silver generation’ make up an ever-larger proportion of the population.
Can technologies help us in caring for ourselves, our older relatives and friends? Could we learn to live together with robots while being watched over by sensors? The people behind one EU research project certainly think so.

Our aging population is changing our society’s dynamics and our economy. By 2050 there will only be two (instead of 4) Europeans of working

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