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Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize: Fianlists | Gizmag

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02 September 2014



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“Qualcomm is offering a US$10 million prize purse in the hope of stimulating the research and development of precision diagnostic equipment, seen by many as essential in a world where healthcare systems are often strained to breaking point. In order to win the prize, the successful scanner must comply with an ambitious set of parameters.”

Source: www.gizmag.com

While incorporating such units into robots is a possibility, I see their real contribution to robotics in helping to drive down the cost of sensors while helping to drive the development of both sensors and sensory data processing.

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