Japan Robot Taxi longer benefit the aging population

Japan Robot Taxi longer benefit the aging population -

Japan with the nation's record fastest aging on Earth seems to make the most with the car out without driver. Last month, the number of citizens 100 years and reached more than 60,000, while the number was only 153 in 1963. This figure means that one in every three people in Japan will be at least 65 years or a person five will be at least 75 years.

A Japanese company called Robot Taxi announced they are coming with free taxis Cabbie-ready by the Summer Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. His road tests will begin next year in Kanagawa is in the south of Tokyo and of course, there will be an employee on board as a safety measure according to reports Wall Street Journal. The company aims for older people and people without access to transport.

With all this said, there are also challenges that the service will face. One of them is how to get people comfortable enough to use the service. However, it might be easier to Japan as the images of the robot are depicted as cute, friendly and they are able to live side by side with humans, whereas in some other countries like the US, with films such as Terminator and Cylons, robots are seen as large, industrial and scary thing.

technology and automaker giant companies are competing to be the first to release the car without driver on the road. It becomes more exciting, right?

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