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Technology, Transformation and the Future You
It's not just about IQ and EQ anymore.
Maybe technology really is becoming man's best friend.
The entire notion of sound—today limited by the vibration of air—may be entirely reinvented by electronic signals transmitted directly into your brain.
Oxygen might be the new tool for enhancing cognitive function in the elderly.
The switch to online education exposes some big flaws and opens transformative new opportunities.
Maybe it's time to consider the "clinical experience" as part of the expanded user experience in telemedicine.
More than ever, the role of mass surveillance is being raised as a social good and as a clinical necessity. But sound decisions may be compromised by the emotion of the day.
A clinical conversation can be a bit like a sound mixing board. Adjustments at just the right time can make communication resonant and effective.
Should you know if the next President might die in office?
Maybe it's time for technology to get a seat at the table.
Quantum entanglement taught us that quantum mechanical communication can happen instantly. Today, technology is driving that same dynamic for innovation.
As consumer centricity take hold, society is looking for more from business.
Your next favorite teacher may be a silicon-based bag of bolts!
Vast amounts of data are thrown away because traditional analytics are missing many diamonds in the rough. AI can change that and make data recycling into a powerful tool.
Advances in technology can reveal human insights that have remained hidden in plain sight.
Why would you want the meager cognitive abilities of a human to be in charge of your healthcare?
A personal drive to change combined with a empowering environment is the key formula for exponential transformation and growth.
There's a health tech revolution happening right in your dentist's office!
Instant gratification is fine. But is it the consumer or merchant being gratified?
Elon Musk's next step into insurance gives us another hint about the future.
The battle for inclusion in today's world is great, but don't expect that everyone gets an equal vote. It's the idea—not the consensus—that wins.
Speed can be an innovator's biggest advantage. However, a sluggish approval process can render the innovation obsolete before it's even in the marketplace.
Keeping your medical information in the palm of your hand can save your life.
Technology has established a life of its own, inexorably tied to its principle beneficiary: Humanity.
Our reality is becoming less real than you can possibly imagine.
The passive exhaust of humanity--in the form of data-- will emerge as a wellspring of information and insights that will shift the course of human evolution.
The eventual end of a giant like Facebook is just another sign of innovation and advancement.
Pushing staff to innovate quickly and to fail fast may provide market insights that are incorrect.
Innovation is best accomplished when the magic is instilled in every employee, division, and aspect of a company.
Driving the magic of disruptive innovation may reside in disrupting the innovation process itself and letting individual exploration flourish.
John Nosta is a digital health evangelist and the founder of Nostalab.