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Healthcare Robotics


  • S M Nazmuz Sakib School of Business And Trade, Switzerland; Faculty of Medicine, University of Dhaka; Faculty of Science and Engineering, Sonargaon University; Faculty of Law, Dhaka International University



artificial intelligence, AI, robotic system, healthcare sector, employment


The robotic system has been used in a variety of fields, most notably robotics use in areas that require a high degree of accuracy. The robotic system is developing and changing markets worldwide. This system is rapidly emerging, particularly when it combines with other capabilities including artificial intelligence (AI) in order to learn from the surroundings as well as humans. AI technology is capable of transforming the position of the doctor substantially and transforming the medical practice framework. This research study analyses some recent health studies in applications based on robotic systems or AI in various medical fields and examines both the existing benefits and problems associated with this new technology. Doctors, particularly those who have some top position in the healthcare sector, have to be mindful of the speed at which AI systems developing in the healthcare sector so they are prepared to adjust the transition needed for its implementation by the health system. Even though many practices have been made simpler by robotics, the use of such technologies has a range of implications that have had an effect on ethical policies as well as pharmacist recruitment policies. Substituting workers with robotics for organizations in the service sector is an inevitable option, not least in the healthcare sector, given the difficult and often unsanitary working climate. However, it is also being proposed by studies that it should be carried out in a way that contributes to improved jobs and motivation for staff members in the healthcare sector.


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