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Can Technology Replace Doctors? Everything is in its own way of change, so is in medical field. Emergence of Surgical robots, Pillo the personal health care robots, nurse robots etc. Are the near future of medical science. So before setting your future goals have a glance at the changing technologies Robotics and AI are removing the human constraints and physical limitations on surgery and placement of innovative medicines. With ultra-high resolution robotic assistance, we can now consider the optimal site to place stem cells in the eye, brain, heart to drive regeneration. Or where to place cellular anti-cancer therapies to kill cancers. In the future, AI will further remove the speed, complexity and precision limitations inherent in a human being driving the robotic arm.Of course, human judgment is essential for the critical decision making but we should be able to rapidly automate the procedure. Automation should provide a higher quality of care, broader access and lower cost for patients. Apart from conventional medicine, robots are also finding application in other branches of healthcare, such as psychology. Recently, psychology experts and artificial intelligence enthusiasts at the Stanford University of California got together to develop a chatbot that could function as your own cognitive behavioral therapist for just $39 a month. The chatbot, known as Woebot, makes use of artificial intelligence algorithms to track your mood and understand your psyche over time through regular conversations, which it then uses to make productive conversation and offer helpful tips to help reduce depression, anxiety [More]