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2009 USC Body Computing Conference 3.0: Keynote Address by Daniel Kraft, M.D.

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Uploaded on Jan 28, 2010

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The third installment of the University of Southern California's Body Computing Conference was held at USC on October 9, 2009, hosted by Leslie Saxon, chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.

In his keynote address, physician-scientist Daniel Kraft discussed his revolutionary stem cell research at Stanford University, his exposure to next-gen biotech and his vision of the future of healthcare as the Internet, wearable computing and health informatics converge. To give a taste of where body computing might be in 10 years, he shared an innovative medical animation created by David Bolinsky that utilizes body computing devices in the DARPA soldier project.

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