Repost of a great article by Darren Cunningham vice president of marketing at SnapLogic.
Wearables have been around for animals for some times, but the data analytics have improved greatly.
Wearables: garments that provide biofeedback and monitoring.
Wearables for the feet.
O’Reilly Media’s Solid Conference: hardware, software and the Internet of Things (IoT), to be held June 23-25, 2015, in San Francisco.
Nokia Sensing X Prize Grand Prize Winner DNA Medicine Institute has developed blood testing for hundreds of markers from a single pin prick.
Biosensor wearables are already available in several styles. Biosensor wearables will continue to become more robust, adding to a Big Data health capability.
Friday’s post contended that scientific method has many holes in its application. Ben Goldacre’s “Battling Bad Science” Ted Talk explains one facet of this concept. Big […]
How authority and the scientific method effect the perception of drug efficacy and dangers.
Datafloq infographic on Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT).