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Ombra, el sujetador inteligente que hace de entrenador personal para el deporte

Ombra, el sujetador inteligente que hace de entrenador personal para el deporte | eSalud Social Media | Scoop.it
Los diseñadores del OMbra descubrieron algunos elementos que les ayudaran a centrar su trabajo: que más del 70% de las mujeres no eligen un sujetador tamaño adecuado; que las correas son el motivo de queja más común;  y que la forma en que una mujer corre cambian dependiendo de cómo se apoyan y son sostenidos sus pechos.

El brassier cuenta con un diseño, tipo de tejido y materiales "que le permiten adaptarse a cualquier forma de pecho  y cuerpo en movimiento, mantiene  la piel seca, aireada y libre de gérmenes y garantiza la comodidad de los senos sin oprimirlos ni aplastarlos, tanto si se mueve de arriba abajo o de izquierda a derecha”, según Omsignal.

"El Ombra está equipado con sensores flexibles, cuyos registros ayudan a la mujer a determinar cuándo puede ejercitarse un poco más o debe tomarse un respiro, y a entender lo que el cuerpo está tratando de decirle, gracias al seguimiento de su actividad física captada justo en el centro de su cuerpo”, según la compañía.

"Nuestro sistema mide y registra la información  corporal para mostrar el progreso a lo largo del tiempo, y registra la frecuencia cardiaca y el ritmo de respiración para que su usuaria pueda ir superando sus límites de una manera segura”, añaden.
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Artificial Intelligence, Legal Responsibility And Civil Rights | TechCrunch

Artificial Intelligence, Legal Responsibility And Civil Rights | TechCrunch | eSalud Social Media | Scoop.it

Along with the vast possibilities related to the creation of artificial intelligence, there are also numerous challenges. In recent news, Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk and more than 1,000 AI and robotics researchers signed an open letter issuing a warning regarding the use of AI in weapons development.


However, if we exclude the announced robot apocalypse for now, there are several other subjects to take into consideration.


Experts predict that robots will replace humans in one-third of today’s traditional professions by 2025, and according to Jeremy Rifkin, this will be the eclipse of capitalism as we know it. Machines will be self-replicating and able to operate as a hive mind without any human interaction, leading to a society where production is limited to the cost of raw materials.

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10 predictions for healthcare industry trends in 2014

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10 Predicciones de PwC párr Las Tendencias del sector de la Salud en 2014 INCLUYEN Nuevos Modelos de Negocio de la Salud, los Intercambios Más Privados y Más Experimentación.

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This article explains the potential steps that healthcare industry could be taking this year to better their companies or hospitals. I like the idea that they are trying to find cheaper ways of doing things but "falling faster" could be a problem, we shouldn’t rush things, take your time to get it right like your parents always said. I find it fascinating that they are working towards becoming more social with their patients; there have been articles about being able to get in touch with hospital through social media such as twitter. To me social advancements could serve a great purpose in connecting patients with their doctors and maybe a certain type of person could feel more secure with talking to their doctors about their issues.

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Wearable Technology That Turns Your Skin into a Touchpad

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Wearable Technology That Turns Your Skin into a Touchpad Samsung, a company that likes to stay ahead of the trends, has recently filed a patent for a Smart


The big idea, which is a sketch at the moment, can be activated by the wearer via the menu on the smartwatch. It will then give image options that will allow them to project whats on the smartwatch screen across their forearm or the back of their hand. The advantage of this will be that the wearer will have, at a click of a button, access to larger space so they can write and interact with their device apps.

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The Best Apps of 2014 | GIZMODO

The Best Apps of 2014 | GIZMODO | eSalud Social Media | Scoop.it
The smartphone in your pocket today makes whatever handset you had just two years ago look laughably bad. That's not just because of better sensors and better software; the apps that power them have improved in kind.
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Dartmouth research imparts momentum to mobile health

Dartmouth research imparts momentum to mobile health | eSalud Social Media | Scoop.it
Bracelets and amulets are in the works at Dartmouth's Institute for Security, Technology, and Society (ISTS). Rather than items of mere adornment, the scientists and engineers are constructing personal mobile health (mHealth) devices—highly functional jewelry, as it were.

 


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