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“Smart diaper” by Alphabet's Verily would skip sniff test to answer: 1 or 2?

7 days ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / What's that kid packin'?
Tech companies are always hoping to clear out the competition with their latest wearable. But Alphabet's life sciences division, Verily, is likely expecting a blow-out with this one.
The company, formerly known as Google Life Sciences, has a patent-pending plan for a wirelessly connected “smart diaper” that would not only alert a caregiver when there's a new “event” but also analyze and identify the fresh download-i.e., is it a number one or number two? The connected, absorbent gadget will sound the alarm via a connected device and potentially an app...
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