Making wearable data fit for research

Wearable technologies have a tremendous amount of potential for delivering health improvements.  Much of this potential rests in their ability to both collect large volumes of data on us, and then use AI to spot possible issues that we can then seek to rectify.  These projects move beyond early wearable devices that simply recorded and relayed health information.

A new project is aiming to make such work even more powerful.  The venture, called MD2K, aims to make it easier for companies to build both the hardware and software to achieve such results.

Making wearable data fit for research

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