What is the Internet of Bodies (IoB), and why should you care?

What is the Internet of Bodies (IoB), and why should you care? By Andrei Klubnikin, Innovation Analyst for Itrex Group

GNN Note –  As we stated before, this technology may be in your body right now. There is a plethora of evidence pointing to nanotechnology IoB being injected into people who received the COVID19 jab, jab, boost, boost. I pray you did not and I pray this technology is not inside you. Oh, that “smart watch” you’re wearing is part of the overall scheme of this mark-of-the-beast system. How do you think they’re going to relay all the health info on each individual or do something diabolical to inside your body? / END

The Internet of Bodies (IoB) term was coined in 2016. It describes connected devices that monitor the human body, collect physiological, biometric, or behavioral data, and exchange information over a wireless or hybrid network. Standalone mobile apps that analyze physical activity and health-related data, such as heartbeat, blood pressure, and sleep cycles, can also be considered part of the IoB cohort. However, we’ve deliberately excluded them from our classification to avoid confusion with mHealth.

The Internet of Bodies falls under the broader IoT solutionsumbrella. But as the name implies, IoB devices ensure an even closer synergy between humans and gadgets than connected thermostats, refrigerators, and curtains.

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IoB products come in various forms, ranging in complexity from smartwatches and fitness trackers, which are used by approximately 21% of Americans, to implantable insulin delivery systems, ingestible sensors, and brain stimulation gadgets.

The benefits of implementing IoB solutions at scale include better diagnosis and treatment of health conditions, personalized insurance plans, increased productivity, and improved public safety, to name a few.

But the growing Internet of Bodies adoption could also result in unauthorized access to sensitive information by third parties, income-based health disparities, and the installment of a global surveillance state.

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