Exploring the potential of the seal-like Paro robot in an elderly care setting

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In recent years, many roboticists and psychologists have been assessing the value of social robots as companions and assistants for older adults. Although some findings suggest that they could be useful, so far, they have only been implemented in a few elderly care settings.

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