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Digital Healthcare

The disparity in the world healthcare among Countries is huge, as shown in the World Bank data, and, unfortunately, it is no April fools. Bet869ween the Gambia 20$ and the US 9869$ per person per year there is a factor of 493! Now, one might observe that the value of …

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The many faces of Digital Transformation – Societal Scenarios VII

Connected Healthcare The healthcare sector has been digitised (introduction of computers in equipment for analyses, monitoring, diagnoses, medication, genome sequencing …) and digitalised to a certain extent (exchange of data in various processes although privacy and standardisation issues are still limiting the exchange of several data, including the Electronic Healthcare …

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The many faces of Digital Transformation – Societal Scenarios IV

Artificial narrow intelligence The Digital Transformation is fuelled by digitalisation, i.e. data, and it results in huge data creation and availability. This is the fertile ground for Artificial Intelligence. In turns, artificial intelligence powers industry to leverage from data and monetise the benefit of the digital transformation. Narrow Artificial Intelligence …

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The many faces of Digital Transformation – The Enablers XII

Growth Drivers Demand generation The Digital Transformation, as already noted when discussing the evolution of business models, allows the flanking of services to products because products may partly be delivering their functionalities through data and applications residing in the cyberspace (or embedded but connected to the cyberspace). These partial presence …

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