Internet trends: Morgan Stanley point of view

Leandro suggests an interesting presentation: Morgan Stanley shows Internet Trends. – Mobile will be bigger than desktop Internet in 5 years – Mobile revolutionizing commerce – Immediate gratification, Push Notification and more… all of this will shift towards the mobile Web User Experience, business models and more. Are we ready to catch it?Read more

Health 2.0 Conference: Publicis Healthware International with paginemediche.it is present in “Patients and Online Communities”

Health 2.0 conference: paginemediche.it is present in “Patients and Online Communities“ Publicis Healthware International will be present at the Health 2.0 conference 2010, on 6th of April, in Paris. Roberto Ascione (Managing Director of Publicis Healthware International) will speak about paginemediche.it , the first italian ehealth web portal. Paginemediche.it is considered an excellent sample of patients and physicians community where services and informations are available in order to accomplish their needs. Roberto personally will transmits feelings, news and more from the event, inRead more

Ontology-Driven Semantic Interoperability in eHealth

The Semantic Interoperability workshop was organised on June 22-23 in the framework of the epSOS project. The goal of this meeting was to advance the evolution of eHealth systems in the direction of semantic interoperability. The use and integration of terminologies and associated coding systems as well as ontology-based knowledge representation were two key topics of the workshop. more info: http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/newsroom/cf/itemdetail.cfm?item_id=5108Read more

Italia dietro front su Accessibilità?

A quanto pare, l’Italia, pioniera in politiche di Accessibilità del Web, sta facendo “dietro front”. Da un articolo su punto-informatico apprendo della ristrutturazione all’interno del CNIPA, nella quale la sezione Accessibilità pare fortemente penalizzata. Inoltre risorse governative come http://www.italia.gov.it/ , preziose per l’informazione sulla e-Accessibilità, sono state chiuse. Cosa dire? In Europa eravamo all’avanguardia perRead more

L’umano emoziona, il computer meno

Uno studio condotto dal Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences (MPIPF) ha constatato differenze rilevanti nella percezione della musica eseguita elettronicamente e la stessa musica suonata da un professionista umano. (articolo) Il cervello è capace di cogliere l’espressione, il feeling tra gli strumentisti, quindi il fattore umano. In altri termini il cervello reagisce con stimoli più forti e pasisonali, quando percepisce il fattore umano Davvero rassicurante avere conferma cheRead more