Imagine: a world where artificial intelligence can transcribe office visits right as they’re happening. This is a reality for any doctor incorporating the Google Glass into their practice. This allows an examination to be viewed by a scribe thousands of miles away through a sleek, tiny lens.
While some may believe that bringing additional technology in the doctor’s office can cause a further disconnect between doctor and patient, many argue that the use of Google Glass has potential to bridge the gap between the two, bringing humanity back into medicine.
However, like with many advancements in healthcare technology, there is the potential to cause more harm than good. Data breaches and cyber attacks are both very real risks using this type of technology.
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