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    [–] The Deadly Cost Of Employee Burnout stormforce7916 3 points ago in medicine

    Ah, sorry, I stand corrected and will do that.

    [–] The Deadly Cost Of Employee Burnout stormforce7916 7 points ago in medicine

    Sorry, I wasn't sure what they meant (there's no guide) so I figured that might mean 'non-professional' and went for that.

    [–] Report: Amazon wants robots that can do the work of warehouse pickers stormforce7916 1 points ago in Futurology

    A bit of (moderately) interesting trivia. Ocado used to be part owned by John Lewis, who are a worker owned organisation. John Lewis sold off their stake in Ocado a few years ago now, but I wonder what they think of the level of technology used?

    [–] Report: Amazon wants robots that can do the work of warehouse pickers stormforce7916 6 points ago in Futurology

    The Ocado warehouse is perhaps the market leader in this area, and they've been automated for a while.

    [–] The Deadly Cost Of Employee Burnout stormforce7916 5 points ago in medicine

    This is a piece about the cost of burnout in the medical profession. I don't know a single doctor (or nurse for that matter) who isn't massively stressed and tired. Is it something the industry takes seriously enough? (I'm a layperson btw but my wife is a medic)

    [–] Why Doctors Shouldn’t Dismiss the Apple Watch’s New ECG App stormforce7916 1 points ago in Futurology

    I'd say the introduction of user-generated data into healthcare is likely to be a pretty big deal in the future?