London hospital is replacing doctors with AI technology to help tackle mounting A&E wait times A major London hospital has unveiled plan to replace A&E doctors with robots.
From diagnosing cancers to prioritising patients, the AI technology aims to reduce waiting times and ensure critical cases are treated sooner.
University College London Hospital (UCLH), in Bloomsbury, London, will pioneer the technology in a bid 'to make services safer, quicker and more efficient.'
Professor Bryan Williams, director of research at UCLH's NHS Foundation Trust, claims AI could almost instantly assess a patient in A&E who is breathless and needs an X-ray.
This crucial time-saving step may allow patients in life-threatening conditions to be fast tracked for immediate treatment. The Daily Mail