How does it work? According to Wired, the nightmare-inducing machine
"doesn't insert the needle too far into the vein" - now that's a phrase to conjure up squirming dread.
How often does BB avoid that slip-up, overshooting the vein, and other horrible errors? Bloodbot has a 78% accuracy rate. Which is impressive, although one wonders about that 22% other:
Perhaps Ohio could use the Bloodbot? Yet another instance of Ohio Gothic, just waiting to happen.
(thanks to John Lynch)