As the child of somebody who spent her last few years in a nursing home, I think that having as many machines helping out as possible would be wonderful.
My mother was disabled, but still very sharp mentally.
She needed help to be able to use the toilet, get washed, have food provided for her, etc.
Although the staff were basically OK, the number of staff wasn't that high and so she sometimes had to wait a considerable amount of time for a staff
member to respond to her buzzer requesting help. (Particularly with other residents requesting help at the same time.)
In addition, having a machine helping you rather than a person can help maintain a little bit more dignity.
In principle, that would help free up staff for those cases where human attention is really required.
And hopefully could enable people to remain in their own homes for longer.
Or at least that would be the ideal...