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Megatrends for this decade – XXXIII

6. chatbots Chatbots are seen as the ultimate interface between a person and the healthcare system assuring continuous access, anytime, anywhere, to healthcare consultancy. There are already a number of chatbots on the market and more will become available. Some will be provided by independent third parties, other by insurance …

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Megatrends for this decade XXXI

The evolution of healthcare in this decade will be sustained by the convergence of several technology areas, each progressing independently from one another under the pressure of demand from several markets: ambient, wearable and implantable sensors There are already millions of wearables in use that monitors some basic physiological parameters. …

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Megatrends for this decade – XVI

b) design through Digital Twins Digital Twins have become an integral part of the manufacturing process, being used both as a tool and as a mirror of the product being manufactured. Actually, several companies are now starting to use digital twins in the design phase and in doing so they …

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Ecosystems 2.0 – VIII

Data are created by sensors and aggregated by the company (institution) that has an interest in those data (and probably owns/deployed the sensors). Data creation, as noted, is a fall out of the Digital Transformation, companies digitise their environment and create data that are used by them and can be …

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Leveraging Patterns – VII

As noticed in previous posts sensors embedded in the ambient, in our homes, in appliances, in power meters and of course in wearable (I would say that our smartphone has become a wearable, we never leave home without it…) harvest data that can be used to identify patterns of the …

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The economics of the Digital Transformation – XX

– Improve cooperative working exploiting complementary knowledge CDTs can be considered as active knowledge repositories: the keypoint is “active”. They can establish relations with other CDTs and explore the cyberspace to become aware of new knowledge and how that knowledge complement / obsolete their own knowledge. Within a firm there …

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So many Big Brothers… I

In his Nineteen eighty-four novel Orwell imagined a Big Brother that, using telescreens, was able to see and control people. He wrote it in 1949 and imagined that people were constantly reminded of this by the warnings appearing everywhere “Big Brother is watching you”. Today I feel we are well …

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