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Internet of Bodies: Merging Man and Machine

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May 2021

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"Explore benefits and risks of Machine and Man"
In this 11th WIEF Global Discourse, we will explore benefits, security and privacy risks, ethical implications as well as its risks and advantages. It will give space for industry leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs to exchange information, expand their knowledge and stimulate innovation.

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  • Explore benefits of IoB
  • Discuss ethical implacations of IoB
  • Innovation of IoB
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11th WIEF Global Discourse on Internet of Bodies: Merging Man and Machine
SynopsisAn extension of Internet of Things (IoT), Internet of Bodies (IoB) is a connection of hardware,
Prof. Mark Findlay
Prof. Mark Findlay Professor of Law, Singapore Management Univer..
Dr. A. Ariffin Kawaja
Dr. A. Ariffin Kawaja Co-Founder, StretchSkin Technologies, Singapo..
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Prof. Mark Findlay

Prof. Mark Findlay

Professor of Law, Singapore Management University, Singapore
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Dr. A. Ariffin Kawaja

Dr. A. Ariffin Kawaja

Co-Founder, StretchSkin Technologies, Singapore
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Bobby Varanasi

Bobby Varanasi

Founding Chairman & CEO, Matryzel Consulting Inc., USA
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Aban shiya shamir

Aban shiya shamir

Medical Student at Kazakh medical University of continuing education

Eruwa, Nigeria
Unique Babalola

Unique Babalola

Anatomy Student, Digital Marketer at Dreamfield Health and Beauty

Lagos, Nigeria
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