Three Hungarian scholars present a revised chronology of von Neumann's life. The correspondence between Ortvay and von Neumann published here allows insight into the early development of von Neumann's ideas about automata theory and "the computer and the brain."
Eversince computer technology entered the operating room (OR), surgery has gone through one of the greatest changes in the history of medicine, and now we are foreseeing the age of the digital OR. The range of the novel applications spans from intra-operative navigation to the development of autonomous suturing tools. More recently, after 20 years of… (More)
With the introduction of telerobotic systems, it has become possible for surgeons to perform medical operations at greater physical distances from their patients. Whether in an adjacent room or on another continent, these systems enable greater flexibility in mitigating adverse surgical conditions. These ideas originally came from the space research, where… (More)