66 Good News Stories You Didn’t Hear About in 2023

A lot of things went right this year. Almost none of them made the news. Origen: 66 Good News Stories You Didn't Hear About in 2023 Global Health 1. A record number of countries eliminated diseases this year 2. Progress in the fight against cancer 3. Malaria vaccines started arriving in Africa 4. New therapies [...]

Advancing precision medicine through agile governance (by @BrookingsInst via @wef )

Leveraging the latest technologies to improve treatment regimens, store patient data, and track outcomes is essential for a country to reach their healthcare goals amidst changing environmental, economic, and social conditions. Precision medicine uses personal information, such as DNA sequences, to prevent, diagnose, or treat disease. From targeting late-stage cancers to curing rare genetic diseases, [...]

“The End of Digital Health” by @heal_capital

Over the following years we will see as healthcare becomes inseparable from digital health, becoming one and the same. Origen: The End of Digital Health. 2020 ended with a global sigh of relief… | by Heal Capita Medium Patient Journey from A to Z …digitisation of our patient files. This brings about strong patient empowerment, [...]

Human API standardizes health records with AI by @venturebeat

Human API’s platform provides a means of accessing and sharing Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources-compatible (FHIR) health records among physicians, startups, enterprises, and insurers. Origen: Human API raises $20 million to standardize health records with AI Human API, a San Mateo, California-based company developing an AI pipeline that structures health data into a standardized format, this [...]

Applying AI for social good | McKinsey

Origen: Applying AI for social good | McKinsey Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to help tackle some of the world’s most challenging social problems. To analyze potential applications for social good, we compiled a library of about 160 AI social-impact use cases. They suggest that existing capabilities could contribute to tackling cases across all [...]

Sign in with Apple (@trendwatching’s take)

The must read trend watchers have considered Apple's Sign in with Apple as their June, 6th (2019) "innovation of the day" 😊 Origen: Sign in with Apple: our take This is a monumental update, here’s what it means for you: Convenience without sacrifice. … Apple’s move proves that a seamless UX needn’t force users to choose between [...]

Move toward a transparent culture by making employee salaries open

@FirstRound How Chewse Operationalized Transparency — Starting With Salaries | First Round Review In Chewse’s early days, Lawrence and Schenck debated how to best show appreciation to their employees. “We considered different benefits programs, but it always came back to compensation. People really care about their comp. We wondered, what was the most authentic way to [...]

PSED: La investigación debe estar abierta #science20

En algunas conversaciones sobre "innovar"  he dicho abiertamente que si se investiga con dinero público el resultado debe ser público y que así las empresas pueden innovar alrededor de esa investigación.Esto supondría que las universidades (como "investigador público") deberían de dejar de limitar la innovación con patentes y de rentabilizar la investigación con licencias. Evidentemente [...]

2016-03-24T17:47:00+01:00March 24th, 2016|hacktivismo, open data|
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