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Japan has an aging population and a worsening shortage of nurses to provide care for it. As a result, the country is increasingly relying on technology to fill the gap, including "care bots," or devices that can take the place of nurses in performing some functions and therapies. The idea may seem radical, but it also may be a precursor of how care is delivered in other countries in the future -- for elderly people and other patients.