Relocate Your Parents, or Get Them a Robot?

There's no escaping the huge bills we're going to have to pay for eldercare.

No matter the economic downsides of the world's coming demographic transition, one industry will boom: eldercare. Now that mom is less likely to die at the age of 60 from pneumonia or a sudden stroke, she's more likely to require years of intensive care as time slowly saps her ability to take care of herself. She's also less likely to have multiple children who can chip in to provide that care.

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