Presented by Alger
Medicine    September 18, 2014
Future of Medicine: Diagnostics
Posted by Michael Batista


Forget smart watches, welcome to a smart life. Fifty years from now, your kitchen uses molecular recognition to know everything about what kind and how much food you have in your home and how much of it you’re eating. Throughout the day, your shoes are keeping an eye on your activity level. They suggest that since you’ve been at your desk all day and haven’t gone out for a run this week that you take advantage of an opening in your schedule to get in a bit of exercise.

Michael Batista explores how the quantified self will change the face of medicine in the next 50 years. Click here.


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