Phones Detect Bad Breath And Disease

Phones Detect Bad Breath And Disease
technology

Able to smell and taste your environment, phones of the future will know when you have a cold before you do.

Libby Garrett
  • 8 january 2013

Backed by venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, the San Francisco-based company Adamant Technologies is developing sensors that provide smartphones the senses of smell and taste.

Mimicking the human sensory system that combines data from our noses with memories and our other three senses, the sensory platform can recognize odors, place them in a context and form conclusions to either take or recommend actions.

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