Enlaces abril 2018

Publicado por en Enlaces, protección datos, Robótica, Salud

EnlacesEmpezamos este segundo trimestre del año con agenda frenética de viajes, y de perspectivas de proyectos profesionales y personales.

Entre unos y otros, sigo sacando tiempo para ir manteniendo al día mi Feedly (herramienta que yo creo me tiene más o menos a salvo de algoritmos que deciden qué debo leer) y compartiendo algunos enlaces.

Estos son los de este mes:

How Europe’s new privacy rule is reshaping the internet

Se acabó la barra libre:

We’ve spent the last 15 years thinking of lucrative things to do with that data, on the assumption that it would always be freely shareable

GDPR and the End of the Internet’s Grand Bargain

“at least in Europe, and perhaps soon in the U.S., industry self-regulation appears to be ending”

Porque es evidente que la auto-regulación no ha funcionado.

We Are Getting Closer To Transplanting Pig Organs Directly Into People

Cuando pensábamos que el futuro iba de implantes biónicos, ahora resulta que los tiros van por algo mucho más … “animal”:

Using the gene-editing technology CRISPR, it’s possible […] to create individualized organs for transplant not from human materials, but from pig organs.

Data Protection Standards Need To Be Global

Lectura obligatoria:

Allowing customers to move their data from one platform to another enhances competition. This in turn spurs economic growth, and ultimately benefits all—including the large platforms.

Your next coworker soon may be an avatar humanoid robot

Escalofríos:

convenience stores or factories could be staffed by humanoid robots that are controlled around the clock by workers in different countries and time zones. Companies could benefit by hiring operators in developing countries, saving on wages.