Support for elderly people in the form of a robo-dog: Seems strange at first but is much better than doing nothing to improve the quality of life of our seniors.Funny how more or less immediately I reacted to it (him/her?!) like a real dog. Its movements are a bit clumsy but they resemble the well-known behaviour of a dog and the illusion is really good. And the use cases are legion: Reducing the loneliness, activating cognition by random movements or sounds, welcome diversion and interaction. On a more serious note: Reminding of taking medicine, checking the health status, providing an easy communication channel.