Scientists want to define just how smart robot surgeons are
When someone invents a robot specifically made to drill into the skulls of unconscious, immobile humans, you’d be forgiven for feeling a natural reaction along the lines of “for the love of god, why?” But trust me, this particular robotic trepanation station is a good idea. Read More
For roughly three decades, medical robots have assisted surgeons in the operating theater. They provide a steady hand and can make tiny incisions with pinpoint accuracy. But as robotics ...
Thu 16 Mar 17 from Engadget
When someone invents a robot specifically made to drill into the skulls of unconscious, immobile humans, you’d be forgiven for feeling a natural reaction along the lines of “for ...
Wed 15 Mar 17 from TechCrunch
Technology The world's first robot-assisted cochlear implantation Cochlear implantation surgeries just got a robotic assistant. Read on.
Wed 15 Mar 17 from Popular Science
For the first time, robots have successfully performed a tricky, delicate operation that helped implant a hearing device into a deaf woman's ear.
Wed 15 Mar 17 from Livescience
While surgeons are in total control of current surgery robots, more machines are coming that will automate much of medicine. The post A Robot Ear Surgeon Drills Into the Future of Medicine appeared ...
Wed 15 Mar 17 from Wired Science
A high-precision surgical robot for cochlear implantation has been developed by a team of surgeons and engineers, outlines a new report.
Wed 15 Mar 17 from ScienceDaily
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