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Infographic: Where Will mHealth Be in 2024?

Infographic: Where Will mHealth Be in 2024? | Organ Donation & Transplant Matters Resources | Scoop.it

Ten years ago, mHealth as we presently know it didn’t exist. But ten years from now, its sophistication and utility may be far greater than anything we can presently envision.


Via Emmanuel Capitaine , Lionel Reichardt / le Pharmageek
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A glimpse at the future of mobile technology which will be game changing in many areas including healthcare

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The Internet of Things blurs line between Personal and Public - Intelligent Head Quarters

The Internet of Things blurs line between Personal and Public - Intelligent Head Quarters | Organ Donation & Transplant Matters Resources | Scoop.it

This article which includes an interesting and informative infographic provides a glimpse of the future of the Internet as envisoned in some quarters.

 

We are still in the early stages of the Internet of Things (IoT) , it is a lot more than a expanded vision, because it is being built as you read this and will assist with the DIKW-Data Info Knowledge Wisdom paradigm.

 

Click on the banner headline: The Internet of Things blurs line between Personal and Public...to read the full article

 

Or read this online piece on IoT published by the Harvard Business Review

 

http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2013/05/how_the_internet_of_things_cha.html

 

 

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A glimpse of the future interconnected, networked world

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What is the Future of Knowledge Management?

What is the Future of Knowledge Management? | Organ Donation & Transplant Matters Resources | Scoop.it

The next era of Knowledge Management practice will see the field complete its migration from a traditional tools-led approach to a competence/capability-led approach.

 

Knowledge Managers will have to absorb insights from approaches to adult learning, business psychology, decision science, cognitive science, artificial intelligence and natural science disciplines.


Via Adam Atodl
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Useful insights into the future of KM

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