SAN FRANCISCO— Google is teaming up with Johnson& Johnson to build robots that can help surgeons in the operating room. Google will work with Ethicon, a medical device company owned by Johnson& Johnson. Johnson& Johnson's innovation center in California negotiated the partnership with Google, which is based in Mountain View, California.» Read More
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