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Wearable Energy Harvesting and Humane AI Pin

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Welcome to FutureTech Podcast with your hosts Jon Irwin and The Startup Coach. We’re your guides to the world of cutting-edge technology, innovation, and business trends. In this episode of Futuretech podcast we discuss

Discussing Energy Harvesting for Wearable Technology
Wearable AI
Wearable Device Halves Stress Symptoms

Key Takeaway’s

02:01 🌐 Energy harvesting breakthroughs for wearables focus on scavenging energy from human motion, thermal differentials, light exposure, and ambient sources.

03:39 πŸ”„ Promising approaches include piezoelectric and triboelectric generators, with prototypes powering wearables through human sweat or casual hand motions.

05:32 βš™οΈ Potential applications range from infrastructure monitoring to smart apparel and green charging for consumer electronics, offering diverse possibilities for energy harvesting technology.

09:56 🌐 3D-printed sensors for tracking health parameters like temperature, potentially expanding to personalized health monitoring.

11:36 πŸ” Privacy concerns arise with the potential for misuse, such as unauthorized tracking using 3D-printed sensors. The balance between innovation and ethical considerations needs careful consideration.

15:16 πŸ”‹ Energy harvesting technology extends beyond biological beings, with applications on devices like cars and bicycles, creating possibilities for self-powered electronics.

17:52 πŸ‹οΈβ€β™‚οΈ Humorous exploration of using energy harvesting to encourage physical exercise as a means to charge devices, raising questions about the practicality of generating significant power.

18:36 πŸ“± Possibility of charging smartphones using wearable energy harvesting devices discussed, highlighting the challenges and potential advancements required for widespread adoption.

22:01 🎀 Introduction of Humane’s wearable AI device, Cloe, designed for conversational AI safety, prioritizing privacy and data security by avoiding uploading personal information to cloud servers.

23:52 🚫 Cloe incorporates on-device processing, privacy-focused training techniques, and oversight systems for monitoring interactions, aiming to establish safety-oriented design principles for conversational AI.

24:50 πŸ€– Privacy and security concerns raised about wearable technology, particularly in managing emails and interactions without clear details on privacy measures.

25:57 πŸ›‘οΈ Concerns about privacy and security with wearable technology, emphasizing the need for audits and transparency in handling user data.

26:54 πŸ’Ό Questions about updating wearable devices from the cloud, potential data usage, and the process of syncing and sharing information, highlighting the need for user control.

28:16 πŸ€– Skepticism regarding the practicality of wearable technology assisting in composing and editing emails, raising doubts about the effectiveness of the interface.

30:34 πŸ€– Exploring the combination of wearable devices and wireless charging technology for increased productivity on the go, while expressing concerns about disconnection from real-life experiences.

36:54 πŸ€– Discussion on a wearable device aimed at reducing stress and anxiety, utilizing noninvasive nerve stimulation and guided meditations, with a focus on potential side effects and user experience.

39:05 πŸ€– Curiosity about potential side effects and security risks of a stress-reducing wearable device, including concerns about hacking and the long-term impact of electronic stimulation.

42:47 πŸ€– Uncertainty about the device’s design and compatibility, questioning whether it can be worn with glasses or if it interferes with over-the-ear headphones.

48:47 πŸš€ Future live events announced, including the startup pitch battle, startup faceoff, and co-founder matchup event, providing opportunities for networking and collaboration.

49:15 πŸ“… Upcoming event on January 25th for startup investor drinks at Workhouse in the Toronto GTA area, fostering connections and discussions within the entrepreneurial community.

49:30 🌐 Plans to increase mentoring, coaching, and content offerings throughout the year to support and accelerate the growth of the community’s businesses.

49:59 πŸ’° Potential changes in grants and loans business, specifically in the context of the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program, with evaluations expected this year.

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