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In a bid to help fix the nation’s child care crunch, a Tokyo-based start-up is testing a new service combining robots and sensors to monitor kids at nurseries.

Global Bridge Holdings, a child care and nursing care venture, is working with academics from Gunma University to develop a system aimed at alleviating the burden of nursery school teachers, many of whom are overworked amid a nationwide staffing shortage.

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