Artificial Intelligence with Robotics Automation is Transforming Healthcare

Artificial intelligence can help improve the experience of healthcare practitioners, enabling them to spend more time in direct patient care

AI coupled with Robotics automation can potentially transform how healthcare is delivered. It can increase productivity and the efficiency of care delivery and allow healthcare systems to provide more and better care to more people.


AI is now top-of-mind for healthcare decision-makers, governments, investors and innovators, and the European Union itself. An increasing number of governments have set out aspirations for AI in healthcare in countries as diverse as Finland, Germany, the United Kingdom, Israel, China, and the United States. Many are investing heavily in AI-related research. The private sector continues to play a significant role, with venture capital (VC) funding for the top 50 firms in healthcare-related AI reaching $8.5 billion, and big tech firms, startups, pharmaceutical and medical-devices firms and health insurers, all engaging with the nascent AI healthcare ecosystem.


Robots in the medical field are transforming how surgeries are performed, streamlining supply delivery and disinfection, and enabling providers to focus on engaging with and caring for patients. 


The use of robotics and automation also extends to research laboratories, where they automate manual, repetitive, and high-volume tasks so technicians and scientists can focus on more strategic tasks that make discoveries happen faster.


Streamlined workflows and risk reduction provided by medical robotics offer value in many areas. For example, robots can independently clean and prep patient rooms, helping limit person-to-person contact in infectious disease wards. In addition, robots with AI-enabled medicine identifier software reduce the time it takes to identify, match, and distribute medicine to hospital patients.


As technologies evolve, robots will function more autonomously, eventually performing specific tasks entirely on their own. As a result, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers will be able to spend more time providing direct patient care.


"We offer diverse technology for developing medical robots, including surgical assistance, modular, and autonomous mobile robots."


We enable healthcare robotics solutions across a diverse hardware and software vendor ecosystem, which can help transform healthcare. For example, a broad range of computing technologies with computer vision can support meeting the design needs of high-performance surgical-assistance technologies and autonomous UV disinfection robots.


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