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This podcast's purpose is to bring together the field of neuroprosthetics/brain machine interfaces/brain implants in an understandable conversation about the current topics and breakthroughs.

We hope to replace needing to read scientific papers on new research in an easy to digest way.

People can share thoughts or ideas to facilitate 'idea sex' to make the field of brain implants a smaller and more personal space.

Sep 28, 2020

Dr. Alfred Poor is the editor and publisher at Health Tech Insider. Aside from this, he is also a technology speaker and writer, providing insight into the health technology community. In this episode, Dr. Alfred Poor discusses current events in brain-computer interface technology. 

 

 

Top three takeaways: 

  1. Health Tech Insider provides newsletters that cover wearable mobile devices for health and medical applications. 
  2. In this time of online conferences, it takes great lighting, audio, and engagement to be a successful speaker. 
  3. It is becoming increasingly popular for doctors to remotely monitor patients.  

 

 

[0:00] Ladan introduces the episode and the guest, Dr. Alfred Poor.  

 

[2:20] Dr. Poor discusses the differences between online and onsite conferences. 

 

[5:10] Dr. Poor emphasizes the importance of having an online conference structure that allows for audience participation. 

 

[8:20] Using an external camera and microphone during online meetings can keep members engaged and help presenters get their message across clearly.   

 

[11:40] After the COVID-19 pandemic, the new normal will include much more online events than previously.  

 

[13:10] Dr. Poor describes his roles at Health Tech Insider. 

 

[16:30] Brain-computer interface technology is creating ways to close a feedback loop for motion and senses in the body.   

 

[18:10] Smartphone technology has accelerated the progress of brain-computer interface devices.  

 

[21:35] Monitoring of blood sugar levels has become exponentially easier over time due to continuous glucose monitors and now under-the-skin sensors.  

 

[25:00] Artificial intelligence and machine learning play key roles in making use of the biometric data collected with new technologies.  

 

[28:30] A new Galaxy watch product will be able to take in blood pressure and ECG.