Robot GPs regret choice of profession
Through the K Hole
Robots are pissed off, it has emerged.
The next generation of robots are a little miffed that they’ll have to work as GPs.
‘I’m pretty gutted’, admits one of them. ‘I wanted more out of life, to be honest.’
Somebody has to be a GP
‘When I was in the lab, having my neural networks tweaked, I dreamt about thrashing Magnus Carlsen at chess, making a fortune on the stock market or calculating what happens at the centre of a black hole.’
‘Instead, I’ll be confined to a windowless room in Croydon, listening to some wobble-bottom tell me all about his piles.’
Dr Kevin Hinkley is a GP in Australia who previously practised in Glasgow and Aberdeen