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voyager1

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patient suffering from Parkinson’s disease had the country’s first 5G-based remote surgery on a human brain.
"I take turns working in Beijing and Hainan, and the operation took place during my Hainan rotation. A patient with Parkinson's in Beijing needed surgery and couldn't fly to Hainan," he said.
Many experts believe that an autonomous robot could soon be a regular member of any hospital’s medical staff, performing all sorts of duties like taking a patient’s vitals, reading case notes, or even performing surgery.
Next 1 to 2 years are going to be crazy for building 5G applications. China is going to make bank with all these productivity gains
 

ougoah

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China should encourage the proliferation of these tinkerers and inventors. It mostly requires a mashup of existing technologies, so dedication and some money are required.

It's a question of money. Some societies have more wealth and are further from risks of starvation. The further you are from this, the more comfortable people are with "wasting time" and playing with things (in a productive way). Culture plays a part. Chinese culture typically encourages low risk (but low reward) pursuits. Fine minds are persuaded to seek money and fortune rather than genuine excellence.
 

In4ser

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It's a question of money. Some societies have more wealth and are further from risks of starvation. The further you are from this, the more comfortable people are with "wasting time" and playing with things (in a productive way). Culture plays a part. Chinese culture typically encourages low risk (but low reward) pursuits. Fine minds are persuaded to seek money and fortune rather than genuine excellence.
Agreed. They would also need to get rid of the 9-9-6 routine then if they want more tinkers and inventors. It's great for low-level tasks that focus more on quantitative productivity but are less effective for quantitative. You want people to leave the tunnel vision of the workplace and be given more leisure to network, work on side projects and hobbies outside the workplace in order to get new creative insights. Doing the same task with the same people even if it is science-related has a tendency to create a group-think mentality in which sometimes you need to step back and take a different perspective.
 

kaybee

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You have got to watch this:
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I have BS and MS in Electrical Engineering. I am wondering how the hell he could have done that by himself.
If I'm not mistaken this guy is one of Huawei's top talent. He was featured in one of documentary about Huawei. They basically let him run loose, do whatever he want.
 

t2contra

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If I'm not mistaken this guy is one of Huawei's top talent. He was featured in one of documentary about Huawei. They basically let him run loose, do whatever he want.

I always wondered how big of a flywheel was needed to keep a bike upright. Now, I got the answer.
 

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