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How robots could help bridge the elder-care gap

A worker repairs the arm of a robot before the opening of the World Robot Conference held in Beijing, China last week. Just as automation has begun to do jobs previously seen as uniquely suited for humans, robots will assist the elderly in the very near future. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

A worker repairs the arm of a robot before the opening of the World Robot Conference held in Beijing, China last week. Just as automation has begun to do jobs previously seen as uniquely suited for humans, robots will assist the elderly in the very near future. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)