Healthcare Robotics

The Japanese health industry utilizes androids and AI

Implications - Though many parts of the world utilize AI and things like telemedecine to streamline the healthcare process, Japan is leveraging robotics to directly replace any human error. This shows a more futuristic view of tech in the world of medicine and pharmaceuticals that goes beyond simply satiating the needs of the individual.
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This Month and Mild Top 4 Examples: 3,465 Total Clicks Feb 15 - Nov 16
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Approved Hospital Robots - Panasonic's Hospi type R is Cleared for Personal Care Duties
SCORE: 7.8
This Year and Warm 815 Clicks Pub: Apr 27, 16
Approved Hospital Robots
Panasonic's Hospi type R is Cleared for Personal Care Duties
Back in 2010, Panasonic revealed a robot prototype for the medical industry and today the Hospi type R has been cleared to be used in Japan and abroad. Specifically sanctioned for personal care... [More]
Mobility-Adding Exoskeletons - The Unplugged Power Suit Changes the Face of Healthcare
SCORE: 4.6
Mild 976 Clicks Pub: Dec 2, 15
Mobility-Adding Exoskeletons
The Unplugged Power Suit Changes the Face of Healthcare
A group of researchers at Hiroshima University in Japan and the Daiya Industry Corporation have created a highly responsive, effective and minimalist exoskeleton. Mobility-assisting exoskeletons... [More]
Elderly-Nursing Robots - The Robear Will Help Serve Japan's Aging Population
SCORE: 3.5
Untested 1,146 Clicks Pub: Feb 27, 15
Elderly-Nursing Robots
The Robear Will Help Serve Japan's Aging Population
Robear is an experimental nursing care robot, designed by Sumitoko Riko COmpany Limited and RIKEN, that brings together cutting-edge robotics and thoughtful design. The robot is designed not... [More]
Autonomous Hospital Robots - The Terapio Robot is Designed To Replace Medical Carts
SCORE: 3.7
Untested 528 Clicks Pub: Jun 2, 15
Autonomous Hospital Robots
The Terapio Robot is Designed To Replace Medical Carts
The Terapio is an omnidirectional robot, developed by researchers at Toyohashi University of Technology, that is designed to replace the medical carts you see being trucked around by doctors and... [More]