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[Netexplo] Le tatouage devient incontournable dans le suivi médical ! | L'Atelier: Disruptive innovation

[Netexplo] Le tatouage devient incontournable dans le suivi médical ! | L'Atelier: Disruptive innovation | Body sensors | Scoop.it
Le tatouage électronique, suivant la tendance de l’épuration des appareils médicaux, permettrait de remplacer les électrodes traditionnellement utilisées pour récolter les données biologiques.
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Nike+ FuelBand and Google Glass: what next for the 'quantified self'?

Nike+ FuelBand and Google Glass: what next for the 'quantified self'? | Body sensors | Scoop.it
Chris Hollindale: We're only just at the beginning of the 'quantified self' movement, which tracks movement, diet and other issues using gadgets
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Des capteurs pour s'auto-mesurer : le boom du "quantified self"

Poids, tension, activité physique... Il est aujourd'hui possible de surveiller sa santé en temps réel grâce à toutes sortes d'objets connectés. Ce phénomène ...
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33rd Square | Kevin Warwick Discusses Creating Intelligence From Biological Neural Networks

33rd Square | Kevin Warwick Discusses Creating Intelligence From Biological Neural Networks | Body sensors | Scoop.it

Kevin Warwick studies the relatively new area of culturing neural tissue and embodying them into robot platforms—essentially giving a robot a biological brain. This work has a potential major impact with regard to society and ethical issues.
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Kevin Warwick is well known for his work in integrating electronics with biology. He has even implanted devices on himself for his Project Cyborg. His research now centers around using biological neurons to control robots.

His team at the University of Reading anticipates that the behavior of the rat neurons controlling robots will provide insight into how brains store data, which could lead to a better understanding of disorders such as Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, and strokes.

The rat neurons are housed in a small vat of nutrients and antibiotics, where they make connections and generate electrical signals. A multi-electrode array (MEA), equipped with approximately 60 electrodes, picks up the signals and transmits them to the robot via Bluetooth.


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Wilhelm Von Huber's comment, March 27, 2013 3:57 PM
Kevin Warwick parvient à commander un robot à partir des réactions neuroniques d'un rat. Ses travaux sont intéressants d'un point du vue matériel pour savoir quel technologie il utilise pour obtenir de tels résultats puis aussi d'un point de vue médical, en savoir plus sur certaines zones du cerveau pour soigner d'autres maladies ( Parkinson/Alzheimer).
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HAUTS LES CORPS - Fondation Internet Nouvelle Génération

HAUTS LES CORPS - Fondation Internet Nouvelle Génération | Body sensors | Scoop.it
Association pour susciter une réflexion sur les usages de l’Internet de demain
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Verizon Commercial - Droid DNA "Hyper Intelligence"

Introducing DROID DNA by HTC. It's not an upgrade to your phone. It's an upgrade to yourself.

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Melvin Martin's curator insight, March 18, 2013 9:56 AM

Voici une vidéo qui pourrait representer notre avenir. Pub concernant le Droid DNA de HTC. 

 

 " It's not an upgrade to your phone. It's an upgrade to yourself. "

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The Quantified Self Evolves: A South By Southwest (SXSW) Vision of How Gadgets Will Teach Us About Ourselves | TIME.com

The Quantified Self Evolves: A South By Southwest (SXSW) Vision of How Gadgets Will Teach Us About Ourselves | TIME.com | Body sensors | Scoop.it
How do we go from nifty wearable gadgets to the dawn of a new cultural mindset? I have no idea – but I’m pretty sure someone at South By Southwest will figure it out.
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Quantified Self : les recommandations de la CNIL | esante.gouv.fr, le portail de l'ASIP Santé

Quantified Self : les recommandations de la CNIL | esante.gouv.fr, le portail de l'ASIP Santé | Body sensors | Scoop.it
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Valentin Morel's comment, March 27, 2013 1:13 PM
Recommandations de la CNIL, surtout en termes de "privacité" pour l'utilisateur.
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Guide pratique Quantified Self Nike+, FitBit,remise en forme Sport Santé

Guide pratique Quantified Self Nike+, FitBit,remise en forme Sport Santé | Body sensors | Scoop.it
Quantified Self. DidThis, Nike Plus, FitBit,remise en forme , Sports, SantéRunKeeper Lifelogging, lifecaching, Auto-diagnostic, Kevin Kelly,santé, Gadenne, 
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Un tatouage transforme l'homme en télécommande | Quantified Self & Technologies

Un tatouage transforme l'homme en télécommande | Quantified Self & Technologies | Body sensors | Scoop.it
Le forum NetExplo a remis son grand prix 2013 à Nanshu Lu.
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The Quantified Self, Part I: Will it Lead to Better Data Management? - Smart Data Collective

The Quantified Self, Part I: Will it Lead to Better Data Management? - Smart Data Collective | Body sensors | Scoop.it
The Quantified Self, Part I: Will it Lead to Better Data Management?
Smart Data Collective
While I still play video games from time to time, most of my involvement with data these days takes place in a professional context–i.e., at work.
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Good article to initial himself with quantified self

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Valentin Morel's comment, January 25, 2013 10:15 AM
Great !
Melvin Martin's curator insight, March 18, 2013 10:02 AM

L'avenir du quantified self. 

De nombreuses nouvelles données nous concernant feront partie de notre futur !