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Japan wants to establish global standards for human-assisting robots

 

Japan has opened a consultation with the International Standards Organisation (ISO) in a bid to establish standards for human-assisting robots. Part of the reason for Japan’s huge investments into robotics is the country’s ageing population. Robots designed to help the elderly are becoming increasingly commonplace. Japan has already created a national standard for robot-to-human interactions.

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