Google Glass, Google’s controversial wearable technology, may have just gone on sale to the public, but many industries have already found that the technology is making their work easier and more efficient. For instance, in March, the CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston posted that his hospital has been testing Google Glass to deliver real time information about patients to the treating physician, receiving favorable reviews from those who used it. Similarly, the School of Medicine at the University of California, Irvine, recently announced that it would be using Google Glass as part of its curriculum for all of its medical students. Outside of the medical context, police departments, private businesses, and even lawyers have begun to use Google Glass to facilitate day-to-day operations as well.
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