Tag: technology

Tag: technology

The Ethics of Digital Phenotyping
June 11, 2023 Gender Cassandra Miller

Your Phone Can’t Read Your Mind. Or Can It? The Ethics of Using Digital Data to Infer Signs and Symptoms of Psychological and Neurological Diseases By Cassandra Miller Imagine a future where your iPhone can detect early signs of Alzheimer’s, or a future where a doctor can monitor a depressive patient solely based on their

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Autonomous Robots in Pediatric Surgery
December 14, 2020 Brave New World Apara Sharma

In “Good” Hands? The Ramifications of Using Autonomous Robots in Pediatric Surgery By Shefali Kamilla In the past decade, the development of artificial intelligence (AI) systems have been rapidly flooding the healthcare industry. These technological advancements are so prevalent in healthcare that robots have the potential to be involved in high-risk, life-threatening situations. Specifically surgical

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The Ethical Implications of Telemedicine
June 26, 2020 Brave New World Apara Sharma

From the Bedside to the Web-Side: Is Telemedicine Infringing on the Doctor-Patient Relationship? By Georgia Post-Lipnick Have you ever had a virtual doctor’s appointment? Whether you knew it or not, you took part in using telemedicine, remote healthcare by means of technology. Telemedicine is making healthcare more accessible, affordable, and convenient for both the patients

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