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IoT Interfaces May Come From Biology

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry
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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   10/28/2013 6:08:36 PM
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@anandvy, i just saw a story about these sensors being implanted in teh brain of a quadrapaletics to allow them to use thier brain to control a robot (this is the culumination of a lot of hot areas, including robotics, IofT, sensors, medical technology and more)  With the new technology she could feed herself and do other things wihtout help. I'm sure there will be hiccups as we learn more but this technology exists and is being used today.

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   10/28/2013 6:06:12 PM
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The use of sensors and nanotechnology in medicine have the potential to do amazing things for human health. This is really an exciting evolution--and i'm hopeful that we'll see tons of stories that are revolutionary to medicine in this area.

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anandvy   10/28/2013 2:27:38 PM
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Recently it has been said that IOT will reach new heights through their highly scalable interfaces. A brain implant can signal the doctor when the patient goes into a vegetative state and when the patient might need a surgery. Such devices can only be designed after knowing the biological characteristics of the human body.

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Nemos   10/28/2013 9:07:02 AM
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The most successful technology achievements we have until now are all the devices that follow in one way or copy the physics' laws of the nature. Therefore if we like to have a more clever machines we must take some advices from the mother nature (Biology)



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