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The Fourth Industrial Revolution creates new opportunities to address numerous diverse challenges to senior citizens. With artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and robotics, products and services for seniors have become more automated, autonomic, and interactive than ever before. These changes are highly likely to transform the lives and environments of mature adults and to open up new markets. Worldwide efforts are needed to share technologies, to nurture the allocation of innovative manpower, and to rapidly develop novel appropriate standards and theories. We all must take advantage of such opportunities to expand global cooperation and exchanges in the field of technology and aging.