Medical Students at UC Irvine Get GLASS

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Wearable devices such as Google GLASS are going to change many industries. They could certainly make life easier for doctors and medical professionals. It always helps when your university gets you using the latest tech as you are preparing to get work in the real world. UC Irvine has become the first medical school to add GLASS to its curriculum. The goal is to provide a more “impactful and relevant” learning experience to students.

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The general public may be hesitant to use Google GLASS for various reasons. But the device could be a huge hit in the business world. This is quite a brilliant move by UC Irvine. Let’s hope other schools follow in the future.

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