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The weekly look at the world of information technology with Lesley Judd and Ian McNaught-Davis
This week an examination of the use of computers and microelectronics in the world of medicine - the successes, the failures and the ideas still waiting for trial, including superb new diagnostic tools for the future. But will the NHS be able to afford them? From America, a robot being instructed in plain English might eventually be used to help disabled Vietnam war veterans. And an examination of medical software for the home micro - some of it good and some of it very bad.
Studio director
ALAN HAYDN GRIFFITHS Producers
PETER BRATT , TERRY MARSH Series editor DAVID ALLEN (e)
Programme notes are available on Teletext Telesoftware page 710; on the Micro Live Bulletin Board - [number removed], 300 Baud; on Telecom Gold type - Info Microlive; or from [address removed] Please enclose sae and cheque or postal order for 50p.

Contributors

Unknown: Lesley Judd
Unknown: Ian McNaught-Davis
Unknown: Alan Haydn Griffiths
Unknown: Peter Bratt
Editor: David Allen

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