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Researchers from Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Hanze University Groningen, Viaa University of Applied Sciences and NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands have looked at the effect of social robots. The research shows that Tessa can be of significance for people with dementia living at home. Tessa can offer and activate a person with dementia structure, because she gives a reminder for appointments and daily activities. She does this by saying a message that has been entered beforehand by the caregiver. For example: "It is three o'clock. Good afternoon Mrs. Nijboer, would you like a cup of tea? In addition, Tessa can become a real 'buddy' for the person with dementia, if only because her voice breaks through the silence in the house. Moreover, she can play music.

Robert Paauwe and Wang Long Li, initiators of Tinybots and studying at the VU in Amsterdam, are working hard on the road. Robert gave the winning startup pitch during the Internet of Things event of NRC Live and Wang Long Li is one of the six promising starting entrepreneurs who have been nominated for the Rotterdam Starter Award. This prize is linked to a sum of money that the entrepreneurs can use to build on their dream.

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