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First Injectable Chip, Wireless Implants

Arthur Hanson

Well-known member
Injectable and in-body chips present an entirely new frontier to improve medical diagnostics and possibly even control bodily functions. With medical becoming one of the largest worldwide costs and increasing rapidly this presents numerous large market opportunities for the semi sector. Semis of all types are at the very tip of radically changing medicine from wearables, diagnostics, imaging, controlling functions, and advanced databases for health in almost every aspect. This market may even surpass cell phones or even become a large part of the current cell phone ecosystems. These are just the early stages of automation, diagnostics and other health needs to be addressed by semis of all types and uses.

Wireless, implantable chips will also be game-changers and become another very large, diverse market for semis of several types. The use of these chips will be only limited by the imagination and innovation of those applying both these new field of endeavor.

Combined with AI/ML both these advances present an almost unlimited range of solutions to not only solve health problems but vastly improve many of the functions of not only the human body but of animals.

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