Hips of Steel
Gentlemen, we can rebuild him.
We have the technology.
We have the capability to make the word’s first bionic man
Steve Austin will be that man
Better than he was before. Better…stronger…faster.
The Six Million Dollar Man
Manuel and Sandra are talking about the following article:
Can a computer fool you into thinking it is human?
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Hi Sandra, would you be up for a quick interview?
Hi Manuel, sure. What about?
Medical technology I have to review, and I’d like to see a doctor about that …
Excellent! My questions aren’t about the technology per sè though
Good, because bolts and screws aren’t really my thing
I wish this stuff was made of bolts and screws … I constantly have to look stuff up
So are you talking about assistive devices? Healthcare robots?
Not this time, no this is about Implantable Medical Devices, like neuroprosthetics 😁
Wow, yes those are really interesting 🤔🤔
Do you have any experience with IMD’s?
I do, a few years back I collaborated in a research project on a brain implant
Great! Tell me everything 😊😊
Actually, implantable medical devices are very common nowadays
They are? 😵
Sure, it’s not just about cutting-edge neural implants, also your aunt’s new hip is an IMD
… my aunt actually did get hip replacement surgery last year …!
There you go, and my father in law has a pacemaker: also an IMD
You’re absolutely right of course, but the public wants to know about the new shiny stuff
We’ll get there, never fear!
… Continue to read the conversation between Manuel and Sandra on Saturday 25th September…
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