Wearable tech may promise better health care, but will it feel like a cold stethoscope up your gown

August 15th, 2014 / The Business Journals

…Wearable World Inc., a San Francisco tech company, and Singularity University, a benefit corporation dedicated to the education and development of…

Drones being developed to deliver medical aid, not bombs

August 15th, 2014 / Reuters Health & Fitness News

such as shopping malls or apartments. Palo Alto- and London-based Matternet is a start-up company working to build a drone-based delivery system…

The futurist: Growing dangers of technological unemployment

August 15th, 2014 / ColoradoBIZ Magazine

…Dangers of Technological Unemployment Last weekend, Peter Diamandis, founder of Singularity University and the X-Prize Foundation, invited me to a…

My super summer school: enrol at NASA, save the world

August 14th, 2014 / London Evening Standard

…and innovation some companies that have emerged in previous years include Matternet, which uses drones to deliver medical aid in remote places,

Healthkit is a symptom of tech’s rush into health care

August 12th, 2014 / Marketplace

…pocket, and the proliferation of cheap sensors, said Dean Sawyer, CEO of Jointly Health. “For example, there s one patch we re using called Vital…

最近バイオづいてきたY Combinator、今度は暗闇で光る植物のGlowing Plantを支援

August 12th, 2014 / Tech Crunch Japan

トのDNAプリントを目指すCambrian Genomicsなどがある バイオテク

Top 10 Reasons Drones Are Disruptive

August 11th, 2014 / Singularity Hub

Package/Supply Delivery: Companies like Matternet (founded at Singularity University) are building networks of UAVs to deliver food and medical…

Wadhwa’s New Book Documents Struggles of Women Executives

August 6th, 2014 / IndiaWest.com

…It takes a lot to shock Washington Post columnist and Singularity University distinguished scholar Vivek Wadhwa, but in researching and writing…

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