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A universal translator for surgeons



Steven Schwaitzberg

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Posted: Jan 25, 2013


Laparoscopic surgery uses minimally invasive incisions—which means less pain and shorter recovery times for patients. But Steven Schwaitzberg has run into two problems teaching these techniques to surgeons around the world—language and distance. He shares how a new technology, which combines video conferencing and a real-time universal translator, could help. (Filmed at TEDxBeaconStreet.)


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This is exactly what I was getting into in my own article on the subject!

http://www.33rdsquare.com/2013/01/modern-technology-and-our-means-of_24.html



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