Blockchain is coming to a transaction near you. Perhaps not in its current form as Bitcoin, but in a second incarnation, where it will be used for medical records, financial transactions, contract… Read more
Daily Archives: February 14, 2017
Digital disruption is here to stay. Much like the electronic revolution that led to PCs, mobile phones and smart devices, energy grids are on the verge of a major change. Consider the network of power plants, utilities and power lines … Read more >
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An article appeared very recently in the Wall Street Journal entitled “Mall Owners Head for Exits As Retail Tenants Move Out”. The headline speaks for itself. What was most startling though, was what the article mentioned had occurred in January. … Read more >
When the mind wanders to images of a romantic Valentine’s Day, it’s likely that a candlelit dinner, a bouquet of roses, perhaps even a ring — depending upon one’s marital status — are varying elements of an enchanting reverie. What’s probably not conjured up in this fantasy is a lonely data center manager whose deep-set …continue reading Step aside Cupid: romance starts in the data center
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Saving Human Civilization Cancer. Infectious disease. Common multi-genic disease. Medication safety and efficacy. Could genomic medicine benefit yet more areas of health? You bet. Genomic medicine could save human civilization. Epidemics can end civilizations. Hernan Cortez’s 500 “conquistadors” subdued Mexico in the 1500s not with gunpowder, but with smallpox that ultimately killed 95 percent of …continue reading Part 4: Precision Medicine — Not Just for Oncology
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