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Wait a sec…could the Internet of Things actually kill people?

The idea is horrifying. You’re at the hospital, hooked up to machines that are there to preserve your life and maintain your comfort as you fight off whatever illness brought you there. Suddenly, the heart monitor alerts the medical staff that you are having a heart attack. Getting you from the ER to the operating… Read more »

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