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"The Amazing Unmanned Operating Room," illustrated by Teruya Yamamoto, takes a peek inside the computerized hospital of the future.  Japanese illustration from the late 1960s.
 

"In this unmanned operating room, a computer-controlled robot arm is performing a heart transplant with cool precision. The patient's heart has been removed and placed on the adjacent table. Before inserting the new artificial heart, the computer waits for instructions from the human doctor, who is monitoring the procedure on a screen in the next room."

Source: Computopia

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Clifbar said…
Love the magnetic tape, maybe that's how they envisioned loading different types of surgeries?

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