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Prototype uses Google’s radar, AI tech to noninvasively measure glucose levels

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Researchers from the University of Waterloo have described a proof-of-concept system that uses Googles Soli an experimental, radar-based gesture tracker co-developed with Infineon to track concentrations of glucoses within a solution. With further investigation and adjustment, this prototype technology could potentially be implemented for diabetes patients as a novel noninvasive approach to managing blood glucose levels.

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