- Matt Hintzke
- Duvall, WA
- United States
Student, Coffman Engineers, Inc
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Microsensors, Health, and Ethics
Simply put, would it be a great advantage to have, in the near future, microprocessing chips imbedded into humans that could simultaneously calculate vital signs and a number of other health related values; then send this data ONLY when one value reaches a problematic state such as cardiac arrest or low blood sugar for diabetes patients.
Or, does this kind of invasion procedure make conflict with human ethics knowing that your own body is being monitored 24/7 by a supercomputer?