The latest computers are wearable and are helping some Americans do their jobs better. New digital equipment comes closer than ever to enhancing human health and abilities. But it also brings us closer to new moral dilemmas, including questions about melding the human and the artificial. A panel talks about wearable computer technology and where it could take American society.


  • Jason Byrne Technical director and senior editor for Government Computer News
  • Dr. Alex Pentland Academic head of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Laboratory
  • David Schweppe Vice president of marketing for Xybernaut


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