I don’t know about you, but 2018 felt like the ‘future’ to me. We now have talking watches and self-driving cars and a weekend in space could soon be a reality.
Medicine too, has taken giant leaps forward – a US amputee got new arms that he can control with his mind and DNA testing is now available to anybody. And surgeons in the Netherlands performed the first robot-assisted super-microsurgery. The future is now.
According to tech billionaire Vinod Khosla, machines will change a large percentage of how doctors work – essentially freeing them up to adapt to a new role of focusing on the human elements of care – whether they want to or not.
Not such a bad idea is it?