Are Robot Doctors In Your Future?

| February 22, 2018

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10,000 years ago, primitive doctors bored holes in the head to cure patients. Now the brains of a computer are saving lives and preventing disease. So what’s next? A hole in the head. Stone age surgeons cured certain diseases with a process called trephination.

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