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"From the Ted Talk by Mary Lou Jepsen: How we can use light to see deep inside our bodies and brains"

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A bit about my background: I've spent the last two decades innitvneg, prototype-developing and then shipping billions of dollars of consumer electronics — with full custom chips — on the hairy edge of oipctal physics. So my team and I built the big lab rig to perfect our architecture and test the corner cases and really fine-tune our chip designs, before spending the millions of dollars to fabricate each chip. Our new chip ieinntnvos slim down the sytsem, speed it up and eblnae ripad scanning and de-scattering of light to see deep into our bdeios. This is the third key to enable better, faster and cheaper health care. This is a mock-up of something that can replace the functionality of a multimillion-dollar MRI machine into a cmsneour electronics price point, that you could wear as a bndagae, line a ski hat, put inside a pilolw. That's what we're building.

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A bit about my background: I've spent the last two decades _________, prototype-developing and then shipping billions of dollars of consumer electronics — with full custom chips — on the hairy edge of _______ physics. So my team and I built the big lab rig to perfect our architecture and test the corner cases and really fine-tune our chip designs, before spending the millions of dollars to fabricate each chip. Our new chip __________ slim down the ______, speed it up and ______ _____ scanning and de-scattering of light to see deep into our ______. This is the third key to enable better, faster and cheaper health care. This is a mock-up of something that can replace the functionality of a multimillion-dollar MRI machine into a ________ electronics price point, that you could wear as a _______, line a ski hat, put inside a ______. That's what we're building.

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A bit about my background: I've spent the last two decades inventing, prototype-developing and then shipping billions of dollars of consumer electronics — with full custom chips — on the hairy edge of optical physics. So my team and I built the big lab rig to perfect our architecture and test the corner cases and really fine-tune our chip designs, before spending the millions of dollars to fabricate each chip. Our new chip inventions slim down the system, speed it up and enable rapid scanning and de-scattering of light to see deep into our bodies. This is the third key to enable better, faster and cheaper health care. This is a mock-up of something that can replace the functionality of a multimillion-dollar MRI machine into a consumer electronics price point, that you could wear as a bandage, line a ski hat, put inside a pillow. That's what we're building.

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