Google’s Verily Launches 10,000-Person Research Project to Map Human Health

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Google’s health tech division, Verily, announced their launch of their research project which aims to create a map of human health. The project is known as Project Baseline and in partnership with Duke and Stanford University will study 10,000 volunteers for four years monitoring their health, such as heart rate, activity level and sleep habits. The data will then be encrypted into the projects database allowing researches to create a human health map.

Link: http://hitconsultant.net/2017/04/20/verily-launches-project-baseline/

-By Julia Watson : http://www.communitymappingforhealthequity.org/

 

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