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Sensors are revolutionizing healthcare and the presenters at the Sensors Summit 2019 are taking three days, December 10-12, to show you just how much. From wearable sensors that provide continuous real-time biometric monitoring to point-of-care rapid diagnostics, sensor technology is poised to profoundly benefit both patient and healthcare provider. While sensors are on track to influence the future of healthcare, they come with unique challenges from design to integration. If the diagnostic potential of sensors in healthcare appeals to you, here are a few of the speakers you'll want to catch while you're there. –The Editors


BITW NewsroomInterview: The Nose Knows: Developing Artificial Intelligence Sniffers

DECEMBER 4, 2019 | BIO IT WORLD NEWS

When you think of artificial intelligence, what comes to mind? A computer brain? Computer vision? Auditory language processing? What about smell?


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Podcast: SDBN BUZZ Podcast: Illumina is Growing an Audience with its Genomics Podcast

NOVEMBER 20, 2019 | SAN DIEGO BIOTECHNOLOGY NETWORK


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Article: Moving diagnostics out of the lab and into your hand

NOV 11 | WYSS INSTITUTE

Electrochemical sensor platform technology could enable portable, multiplexed, point-of-care diagnostics for a wide range of applications


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Article: Sensors in Diagnostics: A Preview of the Sensors Summit

Oct 17 | Diagnostics World News

Sensors are revolutionizing healthcare and the presenters at the Sensors Summit 2019 are taking three days to show just how much.


Frank_JeremyInterview: Proteus Digital Health's Approach To The Prescription Medicine Problem

Oct 15 | Clinical Research News

About half of patients don't take their medication as prescribed. It's a serious problem in healthcare, and one that Jeremy Frank of Proteus Digital Health believes we've been approaching all wrong.


Gee_ElaineInterview: Sensors and Machine Learning: Glucose Monitoring with An AI Edge

Oct 15 | Clinical Research News

Medtronic's mission is to alleviate pain, restore health, and extend life through the application of biomedical engineering, explains Elaine Gee, PhD, Senior Principal Algorithm Engineer specializing in Artificial Intelligence at Medtronic.