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Technology poses an impossible dilemma. As technology improves, practitioners come to rely on it more. They stop practising fundamental skills, which forces them to rely even more on technology. Finally, they become totally dependent on the technology and eventually will even cease to be trained in the fundamentals.


When the technology goes wrong, and it does and it will, there is no alternative.


This is a problem not just in medicine.

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