Monthly Archives: April 2015

Healthcare Internet of Things to Reach $117 Billion by 2020

Big data and the healthcare Internet of Things is poised for explosive growth over the next half-decade, says a new report by MarketResearch.com, expanding at a 15.1 percent compound annual growth rate to hit $117 billion by 2020. Soo exciting! I’m truly passionated by two domains: Information Technology and Life Sciences. Indeed, I’m consistently working […]

Proof of concept of gene editing in human germline

In the recent post titled “1975, The Asilomar Conference. 2015, Asilomar 2.0?“, I referenced the call published on March 3rd in Science by renowned scientist for a  “A prudent path forward for genomic engineering and germline gene modification“. Nature also published a similar call on March 12 “Don’t edit the human germ line”. It appears that Sciences […]

Interesting quotes from the Cloud Computing World Expo

On 1st and 2nd of April, I attended to the Cloud Computing World Expo in Paris. It was a combined expo with the “Solution Datacenter Expo”. It was quite funny to see some datacenter specialists trying to explain (imho, quite unsuccessfully) that you must not trust the public cloud providers and you should continue to buy […]