What is the Internet of Bodies and How it Can Revolutionize Healthcare? | Hacker Noon

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