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The Future Of Finance Is In Real Time | TechCrunch - TechCrunch

The Future Of Finance Is In Real Time | TechCrunch - TechCrunch | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
In a world of decreasing size and rapidly increasing technological development, the financial sector needs to keep up at the same pace. While physical supply..

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Global health tracking technology market to reach $18.8B in 2019

Global health tracking technology market to reach $18.8B in 2019 | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it

The global market for self-monitoring health technologies reached $1.1 billion in 2013 and nearly $3.2 billion in 2014, according to a report from research firm BCC Research. This number will grow to $18.8 billion in 2019.BCC Research defines self-monitoring health technologies as offerings that allow consumers to monitor their own health. Devices in this category include wristbands, smartwatches, smartphone apps, and smartphones that act as a hub and collect data from health monitoring products as well as from their own embedded sensors. The hubs that BCC Research mentions could refer to offerings like Apple’s HealthKit platform and Google Fit.


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Creativity Coaching - 153.35

Creativity Coaching - 153.35 | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Explore Sassonance's board "Creativity Coaching - 153.35" on Pinterest, a visual bookmarking tool that helps you discover and save creative ideas

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Wir sind das Kapital: Kreativität, der unbegrenzte Rohstoff

Wir sind das Kapital: Kreativität, der unbegrenzte Rohstoff | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Kreativität ist unser wertvollstes Kapital. Sie ist uns allen gegeben, nur sollten wir sie mehr nutzen. Wir sind das Kapital, findet Prof. Günter Faltin...

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ResarchKit: 7 Implications For Developers

ResarchKit: 7 Implications For Developers | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it

ResearchKit has finally arrived for iOS devices. Back at the launch of the Apple Watch and the new Macbook Apple also announced a new open source platform for Medical research called ResearchKit. They spoke about the possibilities and how this would be a true step forward in Medical Research, however the details of how this would come together were few and far between (read our post ReasearchKit: 3 Reasons For Pharma to be Optimistic)


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15 digital trends for your business to ride in 2015 (infographic)

15 digital trends for your business to ride in 2015 (infographic) | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
New media has the power to track where it's own digital trends are going. Examine predictions and explore 15 creative uses for your business.
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How to Gather Quantitative Data on User Behaviors

How to Gather Quantitative Data on User Behaviors | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
The quantitative methods we used were all time and cost-efficient, demonstrating that user research doesn’t require thousands of dollars and endless time.

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How iPhone health gadgets could change what 'see your doctor' means

How iPhone health gadgets could change what 'see your doctor' means | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it

Apple's Health app had a quiet rollout in late 2014, and months later many iOS users still aren't sure how the platform works on their new (or newly updated) iPhone.

 

Sure, we've already seen a series of apps like Nike+ Running, MyFitnessPal and the MayoClinic work with the iOS-based hub for tracking personal health data, but as of now, Health's forecasted impact on the medical industry has yet to be proven.


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5 waves of technology disruption that are just getting started

5 waves of technology disruption that are just getting started | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Changes in technology are happening at a scale which was unimaginable before and will cause disruption in industry after industry. As a result, most of our leading companies won’t exist 15–20 years...

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Top 10 Trends in Digital Marketing | Impact Lab

Top 10 Trends in Digital Marketing | Impact Lab | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
In the coming year, mobile will continue to strengthen its hold on the industry, smart data will outshine big data, and real-time marketing will become an

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 22, 2014 11:02 PM

Here are 10 trends that matter in digital marketing.

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Ten Rules for Web Startups

Ten Rules for Web Startups | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it

#1: Be Narrow: -- Focus on the smallest possible problem you could solve that would potentially be useful. Most companies start out trying to do too many things, which makes life difficult and turns you into a me-too.


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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, December 6, 2014 11:36 AM

Rule #12: Break all the rules.

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Focus on the smallest possible problem you could solve that would potentially be useful. Most companies start out trying to do too many things, which makes life difficult and turns you into a me-too. 

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Digital technology growth in Africa 'presents opportunities' - Irish Times

Digital technology growth in Africa 'presents opportunities' - Irish Times | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Forum, hosted by PwC, told of digital transformation happening across Africa
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Apple Watch will give health achievement awards

Apple Watch will give health achievement awards | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Apple’s microsite for their Apple Watch was recently updated, along with the health section.

While we’ve known when the watch was announced that Apple Watch would feature the three core concepts of “Move”, “Exercise”, and “Stand” — this is a good time to review other features the watch will have.

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Hyperloop Is Real: Meet The Startups Selling Supersonic Travel

Hyperloop Is Real: Meet The Startups Selling Supersonic Travel | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
The race to turn
Elon Musk's vision
for high-speed
travel in steel tubes
is officially on.
Buckle up.

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Apple Watch already has 264 health apps, unused pulse ox functionality, and a hospital pilot

Apple Watch already has 264 health apps, unused pulse ox functionality, and a hospital pilot | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it

As the Apple Watch begins to find its way into the hands of consumers, it’s also becoming clearer that there’s a lot of interest in the health features of the device. On April 24th, the day the Apple Watch began shipping, MobiHealthNews found 264 Apple Watch apps related to health or fitness in the Apple AppStore, including apps from Humana, Cerner, the Mayo Clinic, athenahealth, and Walgreens, to name just a few.

 

Although a majority were fitness and workout apps, we found 13 apps related to medication adherence, 15 apps specifically for doctors or patients, 12 hydration tracking apps, and 13 apps for tracking fertility and/or pregnancy. And that was just on day one.

 

We’re also learning more about the sensors in the device. The big (and often misinterpreted) news about Apple Watch’s health features is that they were not what they could have been. The Wall Street Journal broke the story that Apple initially planned a much more ambitious health device, but concerns around accuracy and regulation stymied those plans. 


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EmmanuelGrunenberger's curator insight, April 28, 2015 1:17 PM

At some point need to rate #medical interest of those #apps: 1st entry advantage, number of followers, medical opinion? none will follow the speed

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Innovationsexperte: Vernetzte Welt erfordert neue Arbeitsformen

Innovationsexperte: Vernetzte Welt erfordert neue Arbeitsformen | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Die traditionellen Teamstrukturen in Unternehmen gehören nach Überzeugung des Innovations-Experten Ulrich Weinberg auf den Prüfstand.

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IBM teams with Apple on artificial intelligence health program

IBM teams with Apple on artificial intelligence health program | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it

IBM on Monday announced alliances with Apple and others to put artificial intelligence to work drawing potentially life-saving insights from the booming amount of health data generated on personal devices.

IBM is collaborating with Apple, Medtronic, and Johnson & Johnson to use its Watson artificial intelligence system to give users insights and advice from personal health information gathered from fitness trackers, smartphones, implants or other devices.

 

The initiative is trying to take advantage of medical records increasingly being digitized, allowing quick access for patients and healthcare providers if the information can be stored and shared effectively. IBM wants to create a platform for that sharing.

 

"All this data can be overwhelming for providers and patients alike, but it also presents an unprecedented opportunity to transform the ways in which we manage our health," IBM senior vice president John Kelly said in a news release


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Stephanie Battista's curator insight, April 14, 2015 1:53 PM

#Health #IBM #Apple #ArtificialI Intelligence

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I spoke with a colleague yesterday at the IBM Sellers University in Salou. He told me about a test his brother had done in Australia for Sleep Apnea - the test cost $6000 in Sydney 10 years ago............Now your GP will recommend an iPhone App that goes under your pillow and monitors your movement over night giving you the results in the moring...... costs about $3.99  - one small example of where this technology is taking us.

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The Future of Innovation is Now

The Future of Innovation is Now | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
If you have spent much time on this blog you will remember a number of entries that revolve around 3-D Printing.  This innovation is the trunk of a tree of innovation that is leading to a number of...

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Don Dea's curator insight, January 31, 2015 6:42 AM

“Is the solution to my innovation out there in another innovation?” and “Can my innovation be enhanced by looking at it in 3-D?” The future of your innovation may be out there right now, all you have to do is find it.

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The Digital Health Hype Cycle

The Digital Health Hype Cycle | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Which emerging digital health technologies are hype or here?
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Compendium of Creative Problem Solving Methods

Compendium of Creative Problem Solving Methods | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
This is a project I’ve been working on for quite a while… Every time I come across a new creative problem solving (CPS) method, I map it out with the rest of my collection. I’ve adapted the standard CPS process for use at Idea Sandbox. Pictured are what I’ve gathered as of 1 Sept 2011. You may download this table ...

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The art of innovation: Guy Kawasaki at TEDxBerkeley

Guy Kawasaki at TEDxBerkeley 2014: "Rethink. Redefine. Recreate." His talk is titled "The Art of Innovation." Guy Kawasaki is a special advisor to the Motoro...
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Meeting The Challenges In Mobile Health Innovation - TechCrunch

Meeting The Challenges In Mobile Health Innovation - TechCrunch | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Preventing disease is the Holy Grail of modern medicine. Many diseases plaguing society today are chronic and brought on by lifestyle choices; others have..
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Intel is swarming wearables as part of its Internet of Things strategy

Intel is swarming wearables as part of its Internet of Things strategy | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it

Intel missed being the leader in mobile tech, but it doesn’t want to miss the wearables wave. So the company is investing heavily in components for wearables, and that strategy is integrated with the company’s larger mission of providing tech for the Internet of Things (IoT), or connected everyday objects.


Not only will Intel design components for wearables, but it’s also designing its own wearable devices and partnering with the fashion houses and retailers that will sell them. Those wearables will provide a stream of data to Intel’s Internet of Things infrastructure, which will analyze and make sense of the data so that you can get insight into your life, such as how much you need to exercise or sleep


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Marketing Technology Innovation Thrives In The Intersections

Marketing Technology Innovation Thrives In The Intersections | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Looking for the business disciplines seeing the most rapid change and innovation? Contributor Scott Brinker examines where traditional departments are crossing each others' boundaries.

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marketingIO's curator insight, December 3, 2014 7:53 PM

Marketing in the spotlight: don't melt. Need a shield from the heat? Attribution!

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5 Trends That Will Change How You Use Social Media in 2015

5 Trends That Will Change How You Use Social Media in 2015 | Disruption, Innovation, digital Technologies | Scoop.it
Big changes are afoot for the likes of Twitter, Facebook and others

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