December 6, 2022
Since the 1980s, researchers have sought to develop surgical robotic technologies to augment or replace surgeons in complex and repetitive surgical procedures. These efforts have created a new industry, producing robots capable of improving human vision, repairing spinal injuries, performing minimally invasive hysterectomies, and more; all promising to improve consistency, reduce costs, and expand worldwide access to intricate surgical procedures. To accomplish these tasks, researchers and engineers needed to solve a variety of innovative mechanical and computing challenges in correlation to the complexity of the human body.
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