Carmel Lobello
The Week
December 18, 2013

In the future, the patient may be the only human in photos like these. Credit: U.S. Navy
In the future, the patient may be the only human in photos like these. Credit: U.S. Navy

Anesthesiologists, some of the highest paid doctors, are responsible for administering sedation and keeping a patient ticking during surgeries.

This year, Johnson & Johnson released what some are calling a robot anesthesiologist — a system named Sedasys that “automates the sedation of many patients undergoing colon-cancer screenings called colonoscopies,” says The Wall Street Journal.

Anesthesiologists see big problems with the bots, warning they may not be able to respond accurately to complications.

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