September 25, 2020 Feature

The Brain on Your Wrist: The Legal Implications of Wearable Artificial Intelligence

By Gary Marchant

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly disrupting every industry in our economy and sector of our society, and now is starting to be something we wear on our bodies. The second generation of mobile health technologies go beyond just measuring and recording data such as number of steps taken or hours slept, to now using artificial intelligence to undertake complex tasks such as predicting heart problems, diagnosing mental diseases, or helping to prevent coronavirus infection. The power, capabilities, and use of AI-enabled wearables will further increase with the rollout of 5G technology.

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