If you thought ingesting a tracker pill is something you only see in Hollywood spy films, think again. We might be closer to taking one ourselves than we know it. A team of experts from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) led by Professor Dina Katabi is working on an “in-body GPS” system, reports MIT News. Christened ReMix, this new technology can pinpoint the exact location of ingestible implants inside the human body using low-power wireless signals. It’s possible to use these implants as minute tracking devices to help monitor movements of shifting tumours.
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