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It will be useful for factory workers as they're all going to be well past retirement age in the near future. A lack of young blood is forcing Japan to go Gundam.

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How do you go to the toilet?

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Hahahahaha! Next there will be one that makes you do all your work... oh... robots!

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I wish they'd use an elerly person to demonstrate it. I can imagine that balance and posture would be important for safe use.

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where do you "plug" it in????

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Now, Japan is age society, the number of elderly persons are increasing, but children are decreasing. So, the robot is useful in Japan. But I'm afraid of drop off conversations between younger and elder. And then people will forgot consideration and "Helping each other". In the future, I don't want to taken care by robots. How do you think about care robots??

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