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wearablesIrina ShklovskiResearchethicsinternet of things
With a toolbox for newly established tech-companies, researchers at the IT University of Copenhagen seek to help developers design better technologies connected to the Internet of Things (IoT).
wearablesBusiness IT DepartmentResearchLars Rune ChristensenLene Nielsendesign
In a new project with Rigshospitalet, Lars Rune Christensen and Lene Nielsen will test and improve a new device for prevention of epileptic seizures. The Danish Epilepsy Association is funding the project.
The student organisation ITU Innovators put on the first Danish conference on one of the hottest emerging technologies of the day.
In the future, our digital devices may be able talk directly to our brains without us noticing it, says Thomas Pederson, Associate Professor at ITU. At OpenITU on March 18, he will give a talk about the prospects of wearable technology.
Smartwatches can measure your heart rate, count your steps and calculate how many calories you burn. But the motion sensors built into the watches can also track your PIN code, according to a Master’s thesis from the IT University of Copenhagen – and this information can potentially be exploited by cybercriminals.
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