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Japanese cafe uses robots controlled by paralysed people


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Re: Japanese cafe uses robots controlled by paralysed people


Thats nice two ways.

Good for verious disabled peeps who have difficulty finding jobs.

And good for "missing youth" Japan. The "disabled worker" mind-powered robots are replacing some young workers, showing a way to expand "robotic worker use."

Many elderly who no longer can get around very well may be able to operate the controls, not just the disabled population.

Japan has been running out of kids for some time, 'cause like advanced countries world-wide, "pop drops" for all of us unless we import a replacement population.

Japan has chosen to instead remain almost 100% ethnically Japanese.

And they appear to be makin' it work.
12/6/2018, 3:14 pm Link to this post PM greendocnowciv Blog
 
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quote:

Japan has chosen to instead remain almost 100% ethnically Japanese.

And they appear to be makin' it work.



I enjoy diversity for the most part, but could you imagine what this country would be like if we didn't have all of the identity strife (real and conjured) going on?

News media, politicians, and others might actually be able to focus on all of the other important issues. All of that effort, energy and thought could be applied elsewhere...

We might actually solve some things then.
12/7/2018, 2:17 am Link to this post PM Gr33n Daem0n Blog
 


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