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Still, technology leaders at CES 2017 said there's still a trove of untapped potential when it comes to measuring human performance. CES 2017 See also: CNET's full coverage "Today, real-time data helps us know more about our cars than our bodies," said Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkompf in his CES keynote. "On board computers log everything that happens and dashboard indicators let us know when something goes wrong -- there's no system like that for your health." Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank said his company's vision for connected fitness was inspired by the same challenge. "It frustrated us to

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