[Detailed Articles, Research Papers coming …]
Yes. But the process of Evolution is not ‘Natural Selection’. It’s ‘Evolution by Intelligent Design’, with corresponding changes in the Genome.
We’ll soon figure out (find evidence) that, Metamorphosis doesn’t happen only in Kafka’s World!
Sharing Economy is one way of Introducing Efficiency into the Economy.
Caution: Regulation; Security; (Is it really going to make the particular “Service” better?); Macroeconomic factors (the effect on traditional jobs, traditional way of doing things) etc.
Our Economies and Institutions are vastly inefficient. Introducing “Sharing Economy” Models & Services (with caution) is (or could be, Depending on how it’s applied in the particular case) just one way of getting things work better.
Brain Scientists wonder about the Relation between Language and Thought. They ask: Does Language influence Thought? (It’s one of those famous yet-to-be-answered questions in Cognitive, Psychological & Behavioral Sciences.)
The answer: Language influences and shapes Thought.
Our Use of Language is Constrained by Each Individual’s ‘Learned Models’ for words and concepts that are being used.
When we use the term ‘Technology’, most of us visualize and mean ‘Complex Machines’ (Our ‘Learned Model’ for the word ‘Technology’).
Many reason: “There weren’t ‘Complex Machines’ in Jesus’s time. So, ‘maybe’ ‘Technology’ is not ‘the way’. And, wouldn’t it be better if we could completely go back to life at earlier times?”
To answer, we should first consider: Is ‘Technology’ really limited to Complex Machines only? Or more precisely: Is our Use of Language correct in this particular instance?
Any man-made object that Makes life Easier and Better for people is ‘Technology’. So ‘Wheels’ are Technologies. There were ‘Chariots’ in Jesus’s time; now, we have ‘Cars’; next: ‘Autonomous Electric Vehicles’. There were lamps, now we have light bulbs, and many are moving to LED bulbs. It’s Evolution of Technology.
‘Technologies’ we use today surely aren’t perfect. We are At a certain stage in our progression towards Ultimate Technological Possibilities. Near future will bring Better Technologies that have Less to Zero Side-effects (e.g., Less to zero Environmental Effects – Electric Cars and LED bulbs), Technologies that are more Humane (Computers with near perfect Speech Recognition, human-centered design for Products), and Technologies that are nearly or equally as Complex as Life (Life-like systems built with Nanotechnology).
God created the Universe and God knows more Physics than any of you could ever imagine! Jesus is God.
Science & Engineering News: Electronic Medical Records, Big Data in Healthcare & More
“In one month, the electronic monitors in our five intensive care units, which track things like heart rate and oxygen level, produced more than 2.5 million alerts. It’s little wonder that health care providers have grown numb to them. [Health parameter Tuning]
… Improvements will come with refinement of the software. Today’s health care technology has that Version 1.0 feel, and it is sure to get better.
… Changes in the work force and culture … federal policies that promote the seamless sharing of data between different systems in different settings … Reimagine how our work can be accomplished in a digital environment.”
“Big-data efforts under way in health care include Optum Labs, a collaboration between UnitedHealth Group and the Mayo Clinic, in which researchers mine clinical and insurance data in search of micro-patterns that give clues to early indicators of disease and help to tailor treatments.
Precision Medicine, an initiative announced by President Barack Obama earlier this year, will combine genetic data with information from fitness trackers.”
“… by maneuvering his right shoulder in certain ways, Mumford could send signals through the stimulator and down his left arm into the muscles of his hand … He [Previously paralyzed] could open the refrigerator, take out a sandwich, and eat it on his own.
Advances in brain-machine interfaces and electrical–stimulation devices are generating marvelous research results in people with paralysis—some are using their thoughts to control robotic arms, and others are taking tentative steps.
250,000 people with spinal-cord injuries in the United States alone.
Retinal implant that can restore sight to people with a hereditary form of blindness. Potential market is quite big—perhaps 1.5 million people worldwide and 100,000 in the United States“
“The Freightliner SuperTruck improves fuel economy by 115 percent and cools the cargo compartment with solar power”
“Connecting 29-year-old technology to the modern internet is a crazy, complicated labor of love!”
“The wider change is that biology is getting cheaper and easier to do.”
[I’ll start each of the 11 Units from scratch; no acquisitions.
Finance for Space. Hiring. Instruments: Manufactured@MyVentures.
Start: with marketable Products & Services (Units 1, 2, 3, 4 & 6) and bootstrapping from there.]
Electronic Medical Record (EMR) “Platform”.
Mobile Health Gadgets. “Wearables”. Personal Medical Agent (on Smartphone, Tabs, etc.).
E-Health & M-Health [Developing Nations; Shortage of Physicians & Healthcare Providers].
Preventive Medical Service Delivery.
Expert Diagnostic System. Decision Support System. AI.
Ultrasound. MRI & PET Scanner.
X-Ray & CT Scanner.
Laser. Colonoscopy. Pacemaker. Blood Testing Service.
Hospital / Clinic Design: Emergency Care.
Training: Physicians, Nurses, Medical Assistants & Medical Technologists [jointly with “Education Ventures”]
Genome Sequencing Services. Gene Therapy Procedures. Molecular Medicine.
“AI Platform” for Physicians (Assistance with Diagnosis, Treatment Planning, Search, etc.).
Robotic Service Providers (at Hospitals). Robo-Nurses. Tele-Medicine.
Drug “Manufacturing Facility” Development.
Research Equipment (used in Biotech & Bio-Pharma Industry). Example: Genome Sequencers.
Drug Delivery System Development.
Surgical Procedures. Imaging Tools.
Endoscopic Surgical Tools.
Robotic Surgical Systems.
Genome Sequencing. Gene Therapy Development. Gene Editing.
Microbiome & Microbiology.
Stem Cell Research. Tissue Engineering. Regenerative Medicine.
Modeling of Life & Living Systems.
Bioinformatics. Computational Biology. Systems Biology.
Computational Bio-Mechanics (Applicable to Sports Science).
Neuro-Engineering: Artificial Retina. Electrode Implant. Prosthetics.
Child rearing: IQ, Creativity, Character Development, Health.
Exercise & Nutrition. Food & Nutrition Research. Exercise Physiology Research.
Separate Units / Sub-units:
Cancer. AIDS. Autism. Parkinson’s. Alzheimer’s. Motor Neuron. Cardiovascular Diseases. Cerebrovascular Diseases.
Infectious Diseases, Epidemics & Public Health.
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