AIoT and Big Data Analytics for Smart Healthcare Applications

Applications of AI-enabled Robotics in Healthcare

Author(s): Blaren D’Silva and Rathishchandra R. Gatti * .

Pp: 248-261 (14)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815196054123050018

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)

Abstract

Robotics began roughly 30 years ago in medical applications, but it is still relatively young for biological applications. Because of the precision, accuracy and reproducibility of robotic technology, robotic interventions in medical fields, such as robotic surgery, can enable doctors to work inside the human body, which is either non-invasive or minimally invasive, with improved surgical results. The importance of medical robots in the medical sector is intended to deliver good outcomes to assist people in doing complex tasks that need a significant amount of time, accuracy, concentration, and other routines that cannot be accomplished solely through human capability. Due to advancements in AI and IoT and their convergence to AIoT, the potential of medical robots has tremendously increased in the healthcare industry. The chapter outlines the various applications of robotics in the healthcare sector, including surgical, rehabilitation, telemedicine, and diagnostic. The advantages of robotics in Healthcare are highlighted, along with the discussion on the current and future challenges in their deployment and adoption. The role of AIoT in enhancing these healthcare robots' cognitive and other capabilities is also discussed. Finally, the future of robotics in Healthcare is explored, including emerging trends and technologies, their impact on the healthcare industry, and the potential for innovation and growth. 


Keywords: Sensors, Effectors, AIoT, Nanotechnology, Nanorobotics, Reproducibility, Nanites.

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