Stanford researchers hope to find the answer, which could impact health care beyond the current pandemic.
Source: Can a Wearable Detect Covid-19 Before Symptoms Appear?
As the coronavirus spreads across the globe, your Apple, Android, and Fitbit smartwatch can help you monitor potential symptoms.
Source: How your Apple, WearOS, and Fitbit smartwatch can help track your coronavirus symptoms | Macworld
Contact tracing is working in South Korea and Singapore. But it raises privacy issues.
Source: Contact Tracing Could Free America From Quarantine – The Atlantic
While they can’t tell whether you’re infected with COVID-19, warnings, wearables are helping healthcare feed deployment decisions. Here’s how.
Source: Could wearables like Apple Watch, Fitbit fitness trackers help detect coronavirus?
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have created an app that can detect COVID-19 simply …
Source: Researchers create app that detects COVID-19 by listening to you talk
An Interview with Molly Lavik, Founder of #AIShowBiz Summit and conference participants.
Source: Covid-19 And Remote Conference Is Inspiring Technology For Good