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The senior care industry is shifting toward the use of artificial intelligence and data analysis to help elderly people gain more independence.

The trend reached a new level with last year’s introduction of a nationwide data collection system, which aggregates information on physical abilities and reports on the status of patients' care — a move pushed and financially supported by the government.

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