Robots do some work at the NHS but should it be completly run by robots? People who are ill won't want to go to a hospital with lots of robots, they will want actual humans. Imagine if there was a robot at reception instead of a person and if there was always a robot operating you. Something could go wrong, then it might do the wrong thing and then the person could die, not get any better or it could make it worse. It would cost the NHS lots of money but in about a year, they won't need to pay the robot anymore but you need to pay money to people lots of times so later, they would save money!
What do you think?