Robotics in Social Care (Houses of Parliament Library POST Note PN 591)

Summary

A recent Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) research briefing note covers the potential impact of robotics on the costs and quality of social care. It explores all aspects of the possible uses of robots in social care.

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Reference

Wilson, R. [and] Kenny, C. (2018). Robotics in social care. London: POST (Great Britain. Parliament. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology), December 12th 2018. (POSTnote no. PN 591)..

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