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Bertalan Meskó (MD, PhD)
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  • University of Debrecen
    Medicine, 2003 - 2009
  • University of Debrecen
    PhD in clinical genomics, 2009 - 2012
  • Singularity University
    Futuremed, 2013 - 2013
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Medical futurist, geek, medical doctor, geneticist, founder , speaker, blogger, university lecturer, book author, consultant.
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Medical futurist, author of My Health:Upgraded and The Guide to the Future of Medicine, speaker, consultant, geek medical doctor with PhD in genomics, founder of http://Webicina.com.

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    2013 - present
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In every industry, there are those who lead the way. In healthcare, there is always speculation and uncertainty about what will shape the future. Here are six of the most influential thought leaders in Healthcare IT, those who are pushing forward thinking and championing innovation. Eric Topol If any doctor understands the impact that digital technologies are having on medicine it’s Eric Topol. The cardiologist, geneticist, researcher and …
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Artificial skin made from paper, aluminum foil, and sponges could lead to new wearable electronics and robots that feel
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The cyberattack prompted the centre to declare an "internal emergency," with access to IT systems left locked and held for ransom.
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DARPA's medical research office develops biotech projects that sound like science fiction, spends heavily on them, and then moves on.
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Our privacy concerns are standing in the way of medical advances.
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Software that can read medical images and written health records could help radiologists work faster and more accurately.
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Keywords are: "Avicenna’s image processing and diagnostic powers still need to become more accurate and flexible. Even after making those improvements, to make significant sales, IBM will need to have its automated helper integrate with existing hospital IT systems and prove it has economic benefits"
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IBM is using Watson, its artificial intelligence engine, as a platform to compete with the likes of Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft.
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Here are the technologies and trends that could help achieve the cancer moonshot.
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Within 10 years, earpieces will whisper nearly simultaneous translations—and help knit the world closer together
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A landmark study conducted with the AMGA shows connected home blood pressure monitoring works: improving health and the doctor patient relationship.
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Researchers have begun human clinical trials for a device, inspired by woodpeckers, that’s meant to keep the brain from moving around so much inside the skull when it gets hit.
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When I saw Amanda Boxtel standing up from her wheelchair and walking around with an exoskeleton around her body, the fact that exoskeletons have become real hit me. For years, movies have featured ...
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