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NBC’s Gadi Schwartz heads to Bangkok, Thailand, to take a closer at a Mongkutwatana Hospital, where robots have been commissioned to help staff and soothe patients. Schwartz also hears from Dr. Basil Harris, an emergency room physician at Lankenau Medical Center in Pennsylvania, who invented a machine capable of diagnosing 16 different diseases.