Basic 5-step critique of a portable chest exam. For information on my new book, "Becoming a Radiologic Technologist"
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Basic Xray Interpretation Tutorial. The first in our chest xray series exploring the interpretation of chest radiographs. You MUST have a basic, structured approach to looking at chest xrays to ensure you don't miss anything out. This super-easy approach, will hopefully give you a good foundation to tackle anything thrown at you!
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Every year, I publish my predictions for the coming year. As a medical futurist, I’m expected to come up with bright visions and I’m happy to rise to the challenge. Now it’s time to list the 10 major breakthroughs and trends will dominate healthcare / medicine in 2016.
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Robots - 2016 News and Articles - Robotic Technology(Full Documentary)
As humans, all of our greatest dreams and biggest fears about technology seem to be provoked by the stirring topic of robotic technologies. Robots have the potential to eliminate a great amount of monotonous work, provide assistance to human workers and serve in highly specialized environments, like hospitals or factories. At the same time, people can be concerned with how this technology will change daily life and worry about increasing isolation among humans or the loss of a job as a result.
Even major names in technology development have showed signs of being spooked by robotics. In a talk given at a technology symposium held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk called robots the “biggest existential threat” to the human race, even arguing for national and international regulatory oversight on artificial (AI) development. Musk is even an investor in robotics, having put money into the AI development firm Vicarious, making his unease over the negative potential of robotics all the more telling.
This holiday season, robots will likely have a much higher profile than they typically enjoy. Retail stores will prove to be a major testing ground for the consumer use of robotic technologies, as Lowe’s recently unveiled a lineup of robotic sales assistants, known as OSHbots, for certain stores. The robot can communicate in multiple languages and can direct customers to the exact location of an item they’re seeking in the store. Collision avoidance and autonomous navigation technologies are incorporated into these sales assistants, helping them travel across large stores safely.
Robots have been here for a while but will likely be taking a much greater role in our daily lives. As we found in researching this technology, there are those who still believe that the utopian robotic future of The Jetsons is still very much within our grasp. In today’s article, we’ll look at some of the current activities in robotic development, break down some of the issues facing robotics technologies in our world and view some of the most recently issued patents from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to protect inventions in this field.