AI Micro bots to be injected directly into the blood of Humans


Scientists from Cornell University have devised some Artificial Intelligence (AI) propelled micro robots that can be injected directly into the bloodstream of humans to fix any health issues related to the functioning of organs.

And the researchers claim that this can bring in a revolution into the field of medicine as it helps delivery of vital drugs to organs cutting downside effects on other medication delivery forms.

Dr. Marc Miskin, the scientist leading the research, says that the control of the robots will be done through a computer system that is tucked with AI and machine learning skills. Throwing some light on the physical dimensions of the robots, Miskin added that the micro robots will be in 0.004 inches in size and will have minimal onboard electronics controlled by silicon-based intelligence. Physically then will be 5 microns thick, 40 microns wide and 60 microns in length. NOTE- A micron is a millionth of a meter.

The highlight of this development is that the robots can be mass produced and will replicate the evolution of nanoscale creations enriched with microscopic sensors embedded into graphene (layers of Graphite)  based architecture.

As the micro bots will be powered by solar cells made using technique similar on photovoltaics, the operator can made then move by shining a laser to make them bend and unbend.

These robots will have a hypodermic needle that can be used to inject medicines into various biological environments.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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