This team of researchers, including graduate students from the University of Alberta’s Department of Computing Science, have developed a wearable bracelet that can detect signs of COVID-19.

Wearable device allows for real-time COVID-19 monitoring and contact tracing in extended care facilities

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AI-powered bracelet developed by UAlberta computing scientists will aid caregivers and healthcare providers protect the most vulnerable.

A new bracelet that provides real-time symptom monitoring and contact tracing is the latest technology to bring artificial intelligence (AI) into the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic….

https://www.ualberta.ca/science/news/2020/october/covid-bracelet.html

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