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Huberman Lab – The future of health

Huberman Lab
In dieser Episode sind Mark Zuckerberg, CEO von Meta (ehemals Facebook, Inc.), und seine Frau Dr. Priscilla Chan, M.D., MitbegrĂĽnderin und Co-CEO der Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI), zu Gast.

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Investment Opportunity

🚀 🚀 Investment Opportunity – 💡📱 đź’° is a technology company in the field of Big Data/Health Accelerating with the ambition to change the health world on the basis of a trust-based and decentralized data economy in the interest of citizens/patients and to accelerate research.“We are the Next Generation Health Data Broker, accelerating access to health data with innovative

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Serie: KĂĽnstliche Intelligenz in der medizinischen Forschung

OpenAI und welche Möglichkeiten gibt es für medizinische Forschung gemäß ChatGPT?

KĂĽnstliche Intelligenz ist in aller Munde seitdem ChatGPT vor einem halben Jahr im Markt eingefĂĽhrt wurde.
Sam Altman hat im Jahre 2015 sein OpenAI Projekt als Open Source Plattform entwickelt. Durch die diversen Finanzierungsrunden und dem Thema Sicherheit ist die OpenAI mit ChatGPT heute eine Closed Source Technologie.

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Rock Health | Funding

2020’s stress test to our healthcare system created what felt like a fast forward button for digital health, with unprecedented growth in funding, adoption, policymaking, and national attention. Venture capital dollars flowed to US digital health companies at a new all-time high, with over $14B invested across 440 deals. 2020 also represented a thematic shift in liquidity for digital health venture investors, with upswings in both IPO and M&A activity.

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THRIVE GLOBAL | Why You Need to Invest in Your Employees’ Wellbeing (And How to Do It)

By now, most employers understand that workplace wellness needs to play some role in their employee engagement strategies. But wellness as we currently think of it falls short. While fitness trackers and healthy snacks programs are good steps forward, we need to move away from thinking about wellness and think instead of overall wellbeing.

Most wellness initiatives today focus on a person’s physical health, not their overall wellbeing, which can lead to lack of engagement and wasteful spending. An effective approach to overall wellbeing begins with understanding the barriers that employees face in their everyday lives that prevent them from finding their health.

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