CLEVELAND—Amid the hype, drama and overwhelming presence of bulletproof vests at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week, some notable people gathered on the premises to talk about something other than politics: technology and ...
A medical student with Case Western Reserve University demonstrates using the Microsoft HoloLens headset at the Microsoft Build Conference in March. (Eric Risberg/AP)
This video explains more about the latest health care efforts by Case Western, Cleveland Clinic and Microsoft.
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