Caretaker Robots

The population is ageing, especially in Japan and there are not enough young people to take care of them. This will stimulate the evolution of caretaker robots, at first supervised and largely controlled remotely by human nurses. Over time they will work more and more independently doing tasks like bathing, feeding, cleaning up, dispensing medications and acting as companions by playing games and conversing. The technology can then be loosed on mankind’s most vexing problem — being sexually attracted to people who have no interest back.

~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:69)