Google faces potential challenges, roadblocks in getting Glass adopted
When Jay Zuerndorfer, a student researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta) received the opportunity to develop an application for Google Glass it was like a dream come true. Zuerndorfer and a research team from Georgia Tech were able to create speech-to-text software for Google Glass that helps hard-of-hearing users with everyday conversations. A hard-of-hearing person wears Glass while a second person speaks directly into a smart phone.
Elections and other events
There s rarely a lack of activity on the policy and regulatory fronts in the world of med tech, and the past couple of weeks are no exception. Let s talk about a few of those developments.
Cleveland Clinic's Top 10 heavy on pharma, with sprinkle of devices
CLEVELAND The Cleveland Clinic unveiled the wildly popular Top Ten list of medical innovations on the last day of its Medical Innovations Summit on Wednesday, the closing day of the four-day-long conference. The list of breakthrough devices and therapies, in its 9th year at the event, was selected by a panel of Cleveland Clinic physicians and scientists.