On the one hand, the system receives the video of the doctor making the sutures and, on the other, the recordings of the robot practicing. He compares these two clips and learns how to improve the precision of his movements.
The videos used in the training are part of the JIGSAWS database, which gathers information on surgical activity for modeling human movement. The data that forms part of JIGSWAS was collected through a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and Intuitive Surgical, Inc. (Sunnyvale, CA. ISI) within an IRB-approved study.
Also in line with this type of robot butlers. There are since models capable of picking up objects on the ground and order the chaos of the house until robot chef to have as allies in the kitchen. There are options for what you want to imagine, but the truth is that this technology has not yet become part of everyday life or has spread in part because it still needs to mature, optimize some functions and also lower its values, something that will happen when widespread use of these devices.