Enlaces diciembre 2018

Publicado por Alberto Gómez Aparicio en Datos, Enlaces, Historia Clínica, Inteligencia Artificial, menores, movilidad, niños, privacidad

Otro mes pasa, y con este acaba el año.

Y, aunque ya he publicado mi post de Reflexiones al acabar 2018, no quiero dejar pasar esta oportunidad de dejar aquí por escrito uno de los objetivos que me he marcado para este año: voy a intentar dejar de publicar estos resúmenes de enlaces porque quiero sustituirlos por entradas individuales en las que escribir un par de párrafos explicando el motivo que me ha llevado a compartir cada enlace. Así empezó Anotado, y así quiero empezar a usarlo de nuevo este 2019.

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Blockchain use case: Electronic health records

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