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Aktueller Stand der Roboterchirurgie — Ausblick auf zukünftige Optionen

  • M. Börner
  • W. Ditzen

Zusammenfassung

Die jeweilige Presseresonanz bezüglich der Roboterchirurgie charakterisiert das unerschöpfliche, den Menschen zuarbeitende Entwicklungspotential: „Wo der Mensch nicht selbst hinkommt, da baut er Roboter. Raumfahrt und Kerntechnik haben es vorgemacht: Ein ferngesteuertes Fahrzeug fährt über den Mars; nur Roboter arbeiten mit radioaktivem Material, während der Mensch sicher hinter einer meterdicken Glasscheibe am Steuer sitzt.“

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  • W. Ditzen

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