Robots are called “ninjas” because of their black color and calm attitude to everything that happens around.
In many hospitals in Thailand, “ninja robots” began to work. They measure temperature, pressure in those infected with coronavirus and perform a series of manipulations. About this writes Business Insider.
Hospitals in Thailand are using 'ninja robots' to help combat the coronavirus outbreak pic.twitter.com/3BVl4gS3vb
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Robots move with the help of small wheels. They help hospital workers treat patients, thereby reducing the number of direct contacts between patients and doctors. The development team, which is engaged in the modification of robots, plans to further teach them how to clean floors and other surfaces, deliver food to patients.
Initially, “ninja robots” were designed to track the status of stroke patients.