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+ - Scientists tout new way to debug surgical bots before its too late->

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coondoggie (973519) writes "When it comes to having robotic surgeons slicing around inside your brain, heart or other important body organ, surgeons and patients need to know that a software or hardware glitch isn’t going to ruin their day. That’s why a new technique developed by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory that promises to reliably detect software bugs and verify the software safety surgical robots could be a significant development."
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Scientists tout new way to debug surgical bots before its too late

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