The kiosk's copper inlet and other interior elements are heated between each breath to clean and sanitize the device. [Photo: The Texas A&M System]
Dallas-based Worlds Inc. says its new device that uses AI and high-tech sensors is comparing favorably to PCR tests, which can take up to five days to deliver results. Testing on Texas A&M students begins today with more testing to follow at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.
A rollout is expected in early 2021.