San Francisco Hospital Has Self-Directed Robots to Free Up Caretakers

San Francisco Hospital Has Self-Directed Robots to Free Up Caretakers

In addition to semi-autonomous support bots, UCSF also features a range of upgraded tech for patients and staff

Janet Burns
  • 2 february 2015

Hospitality and robotics have been solidifying their close relationship of late, as via the California hotel that began testing robotic bellhops last summer and a Japanese theme park planning to equip its new hotel with a full robotic staff. Soon, however, automatons may also fill support roles in the healthcare field, as announced last week by a California medical system.

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