• Kyodo


Artificial intelligence and devices connected to the internet are being introduced to nursing care in Japan, where there is a chronic shortage of caregivers due to its graying society and the way the coronavirus pandemic has restricted face-to-face contact.

Sensors are monitoring the lifestyle habits of the elderly while AI-initiated phone calls are checking on seniors daily, allowing caregivers to look after them remotely.

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