Researchers say that over the coming decades, people will interact a lot more with robots. In Japan, they're already developing the next generation of robots.
In Japan, a student standing out from the rest of the class is a recipe for trauma, with the child more likely to become a victim of intense bullying by the classmates. Bullying cases have now hit a record high.
Held captive for 40 months in Syria, journalist Jumpei Yasuda has been castigated by Japanese media after returning home. He says he will not apologize for doing his job. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
The difficulties facing women seeking to break into Japan's male-dominated political world have been underlined by two recent incidents that critics say demonstrate Abe's ambivalence towards women's empowerment.
Yoshiyuki Sankai's exoskeletons let paralyzed people walk and even run. Beyond Japan, though, many Westerners view robots more as a threat than as help.
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