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Covid-19 knows no boundary

Few days ago I read an interesting article by McKinsey: “How might the Covid-19 pandemic end“, resulting from interviews to several people in industry plus a few experts in epidemics. One point that impressed me is the evaluation of the economic cost, somewhere between 16 trillion to 35 trillion $ …

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… a genius has no right to die …

Just finished to read an intriguing article by Patrick Henz on “What Surrealism can teach us about Artificial Intelligence”. Even if you are not into arts (nor AI) it is a worth reading. I have been few years ago in the Dali museum in Figueras, Spain, a few km beyond the …

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A digital resurrection

Some twenty years ago at the Future Centre of Telecom Italia in Venice we were busy developing future scenarios powered by advanced telecommunications and more generally by advanced technology. One of the scenario was about a little kid that used to play with his grandpa through a big screen hung …

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Digital Therapeutics

If you split the total cost of healthcare based on what is ensuring your health you’ll discover something interesting: 20% is attributable to medical cure, including visits, exams, prescriptions 20-30% relates to your lifestyle, what you eat, drink, exercise, smoke (not smoke), positive attitude,… the remaining 50%+ is related to …

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“Come on, Answer to me!”, said Alexa

Many of us have become used to talk to Alexa. There are an estimated 94 million people in the US owning a smart speaker (up from 76 million in 2020). They are growing everywhere and if you include smartphones with smart personal assistant capability the numbers are in the billions! …

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