About dagautier

#ehealth #healthcare #France #wearable #quantified #IoT #OpenData #running #gamer #TEDxPU 2013 team. half #human prospectivist @PAC_FR & @PAC_consultants

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  • dagautier shared from The 48 Laws Of Power (The Robert Greene Collection) by Robert Greene
    There are no principles; there are only events. There is no good and bad, there are only circumstances. The superior man espouses events and circumstances in order to guide them. If there were principles and fixed laws, nations would not change them as we change our shirts and a man can not be expected to be wiser than an entire nation. HONORÉ DE BALZAC, 1799–1850
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Meskó
    a mid–term prediction that we will soon be able to use electronics on thin membranes or even in the skin surface to record and replay sensations, or display our current health state. In fact, it was already possible to make such a long term prediction in 2001 when we first understood that we could print electronics on paper and that electronic signals could be transmitted via the skin. So depending what level of technology you consider, it is possible to look further into the future.” As advanced technology takes over more of diagnosis and treatment, human caregivers at all levels will migrate...
    Note: #healthcare #HumanInteraction #design #digital
  • dagautier shared from Mes Inventions: L'Autobiographie de Nikola Tesla (French Edition) by Nikola Tesla
    Ce que nous désirons aujourd'hui le plus, ce sont des contacts plus étroits, une meilleure compréhension entre les individus et les communautés partout dans ce monde, et l'élimination de cet engouement fanatique pour des idéaux exaltés de l'égoïsme et de la fierté nationaux, qui ont toujours tendance à faire plonger le monde dans des querelles d'un barbarisme primitif. Aucun parti et aucune loi ne pourra jamais empêcher ce type de calamité. Ce ne sont que de nouveaux moyens pour mettre le plus faible à la merci du plus fort.
    Note: Tesla - apres la 1ere GM ...
  • dagautier shared from Mes Inventions: L'Autobiographie de Nikola Tesla (French Edition) by Nikola Tesla
    En réalité, ce sont les lois de la nature qui ont retardé mon projet.   Le monde n'était pas prêt pour lui ; il était trop en avance sur son temps. Toutefois, ces mêmes lois l'emporteront et, finalement, il aura un succès triomphal.
    Note: ah Tesla
  • dagautier shared from Mes Inventions: L'Autobiographie de Nikola Tesla (French Edition) by Nikola Tesla
    Tesla pensait qu'un beau matin il dévoilerait son "Système mondial" complet, et qu'alors il aurait vaincu tous ses adversaires qui seraient forcés de battre en retraite. Le succès de son système polyphasé fut rapide et absolu ; il sut s'attirer facilement du capital-risque de ses relations fortunées, et il savait comment surpasser Marconi. Marconi, bien sûr, fut assez intelligent pour s'entourer de gens talentueux ; cependant, c'est son ambition démesurée qui, finalement, conduisit Tesla à sa perte. Le seul but de Marconi était la communication sans fil, tandis que celui de Tesla (caché...
    Note: regle 1ere (unique ?) : savoir s'entourer
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Meskó
    Japanese scientists could map one second’s worth of activity in the human brain with K computer, the fourth most powerful supercomputer in the world. It has 705,024 processor cores and 1.4 million gigabytes of random access memory (RAM) at its disposal. Simulating the neural network of 1.73 billion nerve cells and 10.4 trillion synapses requires such petascale computers; simulating the whole brain at the level of individual nerve cells and their synapses will probably be possible with exascale computers within the next decade.
    Note: will be faster w/ quantic computer
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Meskó
    In the US, the number of hospitals grew from 178 in 1873, to 4,300 in 1909, 6,000 in 1946, 7,200 by 1970, and finally down to 5,700 today.
    Note: #healtcare #hospital #numbers #timeline
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Meskó
    Hospitals and healthcare institutions worldwide will face a huge transition from being a place where people go when they are sick to a place where they can make sure they are on the right track for preventing diseases and living a healthy lifestyle. The architecture, delivery process of healthcare, waiting rooms, and timetables all have to dramatically change in order to successfully serve patients and medical professionals.
    Note: #health #hospital #trend #evolution
  • dagautier shared from Twelve Tomorrows - 2014: Visionary stories of the near future by Lauren Beukes, Warren Ellis, Pat Cadigan, Cory Doctorow, Christopher Brown, John Schoenherr, Joel Garreau, William Gibson, Paul Graham Raven
    Sayonara, silos. Arrivederci, ivory towers. Mash up the departments. Mash up the deans! Humans were complexity itself. The reductionist search for truth that led to people wasting their lives polishing little pearls of knowledge to infinite luster and vanishing size, in hope that someday they might be encapsulated in a paper read by eight people—. Just so their CVs could be brandished like flimsy shields against the inevitable budget cuts—. Maria could barely remember the Industrial Age argument for all that. Didn’t matter to her.
    Note: kind of prediction :) ...#sciences #IvoryTower #evolution
  • dagautier shared from The Guide to the Future of Medicine: Technology AND The Human Touch by Bertalan Meskó
    A baby born five or ten years from now could be tattooed with an integrated circuit at birth that could monitor ECG, physical activity, nutritional status, sleep duration, breathing rate, body temperature, and hydration, all generating a huge amount of data that can be used in health management, disease prediction, and even monetization for large healthcare companies. The data could be transmitted to smartphones or tablets. Applications would give parents and pediatricians insights into the baby’s health and condition in real–time. The same scenario is available for adults, especially soldiers...
    Note: belle synthese de ce qui pourrait etre possible. souhaitable ? #OuPas - jusqu'ou ?...
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