Artificial Intelligence May Soon Lead Development Of Doctorless Hospitals

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Pin to Pinterest Share on StumbleUpon Machines with artificial intelligence may soon replace human medical experts in hospitals to treat all patients, experts predict. Experts are raising the possibility that surgery and other patient care could be largely achieved by a computer, machine or robot in hospitals as advance technology could perform better than humans. In an article, published on The Conversation, robotics and medical experts from Queensland University of Technology suggest hospitals would be very different in 20 years. With improvements in technology, beds will be able to move autonomously to transport patients from the emergency room to the operating room. Triage will be done with an artificially intelligent device, while most decisions to treat patients will be made with…


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