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『イースⅧ -Lacrimosa of DANA-』 PC 版2018 年4月16 日(月)発売! ~日本語/英語/フランス語の3ヶ国語に対応~
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On sera aussi à la , la cet été, du 22 au 27/07/2018.
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Atlas Obscura. Go to the site. Buy the book. Seriously great content. My favorite way to travel (this endorsement b…
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Scientific Communication As Sequential Art
Visualizing the contents of the seminal academic paper “Collective dynamics of ‘small-world’ networks” so you can follow it easier
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bons on Twitter: ".★⋆ aaaa! hopin' on this bandwagon #artvartist .★⋆・… "
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10 days ago by delarge
“20 Percent Doctor Included” & Dr. Algorithm: Speculations and Musings of a Technology Optimist Vinod Khosla 2060930
“20 Percent Doctor Included” & Dr. Algorithm: Speculations and Musings of a Technology Optimist
SEPTEMBER 30, 2016

BY VINOD KHOSLA

HEALTH
Healthcare has a radical opportunity to reinvent itself.  Healthcare today often results in suboptimal patient outcomes despite doctors doing the best they can within the current system.  Suboptimal outcomes result from the incomplete knowledge and personal biases of today’s system. Medicine has historically been approached according to tradition – the experiential evolution of best practices, and a reductionist system of small trials.  Optimal treatment outcomes require a healthcare system that is instead primed by holistic, scientifically, probabilistically or other statistically-validated data and conclusions presented to patients as cost/benefit choices. It is time to move beyond the stethoscope, which remains the iconic diagnostic tool for most healthcare professionals worldwide, 200 years after its invention.

Technology will reinvent healthcare as we know it. It is inevitable that, in the future, the majority of physicians’ diagnostic, prescription and monitoring, which over time may approach 80-percent of total doctors’/internists’ time spent on medicine, will be replaced by smart hardware, software, and testing. This is not to say 80-percent of physicians will be replaced, but rather 80-percent of what they currently do might be replaced so the roles doctors/internists play will likely be different and focused on the human aspects of medical practice such as empathy and ethical choices.  Healthcare will become more scientific and more consistent, delivering better-quality care with inexpensive data-gathering techniques, continual monitoring, more rigorous science and more available and ubiquitous information leading to personalized, precise and consistent (across doctors) insights into a patient. Disease will be measured not by the symptoms it creates but objectively evaluated by the metabolic pathways or physical parts it affects. Many new findings will be outside the reach of most physicians because of the volume of data and the unique holistic insights that data will provide about a patient’s very complex condition. Hundreds of thousands or even millions of data points may go into diagnosing a condition and monitoring the progress of a therapy or prescription, well beyond the capability of any human to adequately consider.
#healthcare  #tech  #impact  #outlook  #predictions  #VKhosla 
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Artist formerly known as Prips on Twitter: "#artvsartist I strive to be as weird as the things I draw.… "
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#artvsartist I strive to be as weird as the things I draw. pic.twitter.com/WTYzvVqSV0

— Artist formerly known as Prips (@Pr1ps) April 11, 2018
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😴 Clearly you don't know much about filing IT returns. Enough people have filed with 0000 0000…
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This article summarises all of the problems in my current and previous relationships
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Flera marknader på uppgång, menar , som i sin globala prognos förutspår att jordens :verk…
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Housing markets in Prince George’s and Montgomery are heating up - The Washington Post
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How to Build a Low-tech Internet - LOW-TECH MAGAZINE
Wireless internet access is on the rise in both modern consumer societies and in the developing world. In rich countries, however, the focus is on always-on connectivity and ever higher access speeds. In poor countries, on the other hand, connectivity is achieved through much more low-tech, often asynchronous networks. While the high-tech approach pushes the costs and energy use of the internet higher and higher, the low-tech alternatives result in much cheaper and very energy efficient networks that combine well with renewable power production and are resistant to disruptions. If we want the internet to keep working in circumstances where access to energy is more limited, we can learn important lessons from alternative network technologies. Best of all, there's no...
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10 days ago by adragomir
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Flying KLM tomorrow and all I can think about is The KLF and how it's gonna rock me.
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Observable
Spiritual follow on to jupyter for use as an evolution to academic papers, a computational essay. Made by the the brains behind D3.js and friends
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7. Reguloitu API -malli. Jos toimija, joka on ekosysteemin keskiössä kaatuu, tappiot ovat kamalia alihan…
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The big curved grids at concerts are essentially this idea, but it’s not ideal for a single listener. It cre…
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Mayo Clinic finds IBM Watson increases enrollment of clinical trials
"an 80 percent increase in enrollment of clinical trials for breast cancer when using IBM’s Watson for Clinical Trial matching system. "
“I’m much more a fan of little AI than big AI. I’m much more interested in simple utilities than moonshots,”
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I am bemused by Nick Robinson's suggestion on that there has been a vibrant debate among the EU27 about…
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User Forum — DEVONtechnologies • View topic - Sync DTP-clipped webpages w/ browsers?
If so, how? If not, what's another approach for creating some kind of syncing between these DTP-clipped/stored webpages and those in browsers' bookmarks/folders?
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The Bot Plan: Your Guide to Making Conversations Convert - Moz
The Bot Plan: Your Guide to Making Conversations Convert
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Bart Brouwers on Instagram: “From my bike (264)”
From my bike (264) https://t.co/8h6KlEYyrj pic.twitter.com/lGBYHmOs0B

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In our new series, we continue our study of basic problems in computer vision. We will consider a ver…
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