Black-Owned Tech Firm Awarded Patent For Smartwatch That Could Be Vital To Our Health

Black-owned tech firm Better Life Technologies Group, Inc. has been awarded a patent for its wristband smartwatch used for non-invasive detection of glucose and pathogens, including COVID-19.

It may have applications for non-invasive cancer detection, according to Black News but POCIT cannot yet confirm this.

The glucose diagnostic system will reportedly be able to be worn like a watch and help detect early stages of cancer, and symptoms of diabetes, electrolytes, and much more.

“A lot of times, the venture capitalists and angel investors look the direction that everyone is going. However, in many cases the answer to the question lies in a solution that is counter to the conventional wisdom in a particular area” said founder George McKinney when speaking to Black News.

“When a tech company gets together with a university to solve problems in the scientific community, there sometimes is this fear of being embarrassed which considering ideas that are too far outside the conventional box, which tends to direct great minds towards variations of the same solutions.

“This puts our greatest minds in a scientific echo chamber, I think the real trailblazing comes from those who are able to take on conventional wisdom to focus on improving life and health for everyone. A different story needs to be told which involves the tremendous amount of discoveries that lie outside the echo chamber of conventional thought.

“I am hoping this becomes a model for the future, however, to get there, it is of utmost importance that we receive your support financially, and with your help, we can make it happen.”

Better Life Technologies Group, Inc. plans to obtain FDA approval and all the market certifications, as well as marketing a version of their technology that does not require FDA approval. This will be a licensable product that we can effectively market and mass produce.

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Abbianca Makoni

Abbianca Makoni is a content executive and writer at POCIT! She has years of experience reporting on critical issues affecting diverse communities around the globe.

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