The most promising industry with a view to robotization is medicine—technologies have already been developed that could replace some doctors at hospitals in future. The rise of the robots could well wipe out an entire layer of medical specialists. In June 2017, a group of psychologists and AI experts at Stanford University published the results of the tests on a chatbot therapist: it can successfully treat the symptoms of anxiety and depression and is already available to ordinary clients of psychotherapists. Many clinics already perform computerized diagnosis and use robots to assist surgeons during operations due to their accuracy and precision. In the future, machine-learning algorithms will allow computers to diagnose patients based on their medical history just as accurately as a human doctor would. In fact, the technology will let medical professionals intervene in the diagnostic process only if the computer finds deviations from the norm in analyses or x-ray shots.