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Posted on February 5, 2006 at 1:18 AM

Jacob Reider, the most imaginative medical information technology person I’ve met, pointed me to the work of Dr. Virginia Brown at Howard University, a professor of bioethics there who is innovating in a serious way with the most recent iteration of technology to allow students to interact with faculty live in the classroom. The genius of this technology is in the software that analyzes the responses of students, but the technology only works if a really smart person runs it.

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