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Dr. Basil Harris of Basil Leaf Technologies and his medical tricorder

Special Feature: Medical Tricorder

We have seen Dr. McCoy used his tricorder to examine his patients on the original “Star Trek” series. Now, Dr. Basil Harris, an emergency medicine physician, and George Harris, a network engineer, have designed a working prototype that recently won top prize at Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE.

Video Content: Dr. Basil Harris (2017)
Recorded at a Silicon Valley Comic Con tech event, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to Dr. Basil Harris of Basil Leaf Technologies about his medical tricorder, how it works, and winning at Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE. As the winners, Basil and Harris receiving $2.6M for their artificial intelligence-based engine, DxtER, that learns to diagnose medical conditions that collects data about vital signs, body chemistry and biological functions.

Interview Credits:
Recorded: April 21, 2017
Host / Producer / Editor: Richard R. Lee
Videographer: Rebeca Zuniga
Special Thanks To: Silicon Valley Comic Con, Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE, Basil Leaf Technologies

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