Less invasive method of monitoring blood sugar levels in development




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Researchers at the University of Waterloo in Canada have combined radar and artificial intelligence to detect changes in glucose levels without the need to draw blood daily. The system uses a small radar device, jointly developed by Google and Infineon, to send high-frequency radio waves into glucose liquids and receive radio waves back. This is then converted into digital data which is analysed by machine-learning AI algorithms and sent wirelessly to computers.

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