When you hear the words “Husky” you probably think of the Husky dog, which can be found roaming around the streets of Seattle and the Puget Sound.
But, in fact, Huskies are also used in many other fields, such as in a machine-assisted surgical procedure called microsurgical anesthesia.
The Husky was developed by a team at the University of Washington.
In fact, their research was one of the first in the world to utilize artificial intelligence, or artificial intelligence for medical purposes.
Their work was published in the Journal of Neural Engineering and Machine Learning.
As the Huskies say, the Huskie is the ultimate in artificial intelligence.
It can “learn” to recognize and interact with human patients in a way that humans simply can’t.
The AI Huskies can also interact with patients using a simple web browser, which has helped to reduce surgical complications in recent years.
The Huskies use the browser to analyze the images and videos captured by the robot, and then decide whether a patient is likely to need a surgery.
In a recent study, the researchers found that Huskies could perform a simple surgical procedure on two people with very minor injuries, without needing to do anything beyond a basic ultrasound.
The research was supported by the National Institutes of Health.