On the brink of a breakthrough moment, virtual reality can trace its roots back to an “experience theater” contraption built in the 1960s. Recently divorced and new to the U.S., Marianne Gyorgy agreed to go on a blind date. The young journalist from Budapest took a bus to New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal. … Continued
Daily Archives: July 18, 2017
This week, Intel joined other Arizona businesses and business organizations signing an amicus brief to the Arizona Court of Appeals, supporting Phoenix’s antidiscrimination ordinance (Phoenix City Code Section 18-4(B)) which, among other things, prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and … Read more >
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In May, I participated in a Tweet chat called “Precision Health 101 – Understanding the Keys to Value.” While Twitter provides a useful platform for engagement on broad concepts, its brevity necessarily limits the depth of discussion. I thought it might be useful to expand on some of the key concepts that were discussed during …continue reading Precision Health 101—Understanding the Keys to Value
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