After the restaurant, the humanoid robot is joining the hospital this time. They will work as receptionists at two hospitals in Belgium. As a result, this is going to be the first workplace of the robot in the field of health.
The BBC reports that the four-foot-tall robot, called Paper, can understand human voices in 20 languages. Men, women, and children can be different when talking.
The robot will only be available as a receptionist at a hospital called CHR Citadel in Belgium. On the other hand at AG Damien Hospital will help people to go to the right department.
Nathalie Evard, director of public relations at CHR Citadel, said it was related to strategy. Sophisticated installations and robots are involved.
Already two hospitals are using small ‘now robots’ in their children and elderly wards. These robots help the elderly in various exercises. And it helps children overcome the fear of surgery.