Robots and AI can support but not substitute nursing practice
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Robots and AI can support but not substitute nursing practice

Pavan Amara Nurse, midwife and health journalist

Artificial intelligence and robotics have the potential to aid nurses in aspects of clinical practice, from taking on repetitive tasks to speeding up decision-making

We are hearing more and more about robots taking over the world, and the existential threat artificial intelligence (AI) could pose to humanity.

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