While the idea of having computer chips implanted into your brain does not appeal to most people, we use the same technology every day in smart devices. Our wearable smart tech tracks heart rate, location, metrics, and more. These current devices, however, are clunky compared to the ultra-thin and moldable tech we’ll see in the future. MIT and Harvard teams have currently developed a tattoo that places health sensors into your skin without the need for wires and reflects the state of your blood. This is only scratching the surface however, with more invisible and AI technology to come.
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