November 17, 2022

Robotic surgery is the future, but has trust caught up?

By: David Cotriss

The world of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics has evolved and continues to become more widely used, and the medical industry represents one of its most promising applications. Scientists at the University of Bern’s Center for Biomedical Engineering Research have already found a way to carry out robot-assisted cochlear implantation, which is one of many examples. But while robotic surgery is an exciting technological breakthrough, it poses some moral dilemmas and practical challenges, and those overseeing the developments in the OR need to play a role in addressing them.

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