The disruptive industries of robotics, automation and artificial intelligence have come to the fore over recent years, with headlines commonplace, including driverless cars reducing road accidents, intelligent fridges doing your shopping and robots increasing crop yields.
But it is in healthcare where robotics and automation could bring some of the most interesting benefits to both society and investors. A recent report on the current state of the healthcare robotics...
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