Can medical empathy survive the technological revolution?

Reporter's Notebook: How I realized the importance of empathy in healthcare among Artificial Intelligence, robots and sensors at a conference on exponential technologies.

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November 12, 2017 14:20

Daniel Kraft, Founder & Chair of Exponential Medicine, on Israeli companies and how healthcare blends across fields. (Maya Elhalal)

Daniel Kraft, Founder & Chair of Exponential Medicine, on Israeli companies and how healthcare blends across fields. (Maya Elhalal)

 
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