05 August 2013

my IRAD proposal slide four note

Here is the updated slide 4 note (potential solution and challenges) to my Human Health Graphs proposal The human Health Graph is all about human health data and data structures! The solution to the problem starts with a 100-Yr baseline of those data for a healthy human that comes from a universal understanding of how to valid health of all types (mental, sexual, oral, etc.). Since this note is so short here's the slide content My theory is pan-awareness, animated, personalized, anthropometric interfaces for one’s simulatable digital human model will cause addiction to measuring their health at home and on the go up to an unknown yet varying plateau of minutes in a day during a lifetime and thus one’s bloodline. Moreover, such an interface will cause a significant increase in usage of extant and emerging biometric and health instruments to “fill in blanks (or biomarkers)” per se of one’s digital human model and in expectations for ever increasingly accurate animations and simulations of one anatomy, physiology and behavior. Bundle software for health graphs with consumer-grade and commercial-grade 3D body scanners and skin imagers. Establish agreements with commercial and government entities to host these devices so they are as numerous and convenient as gas stations. Catalyze the industries comprising the supply and value chains of data in a health graph to create and complete ISO standards for the ecosystem of services that reinforce continual measurement and exchange of measures for the benefit of managing one’s health, the health of their bloodline and public health by implementing artificial intelligence and various efficiencies. Potential Challenges Creating the data structures and algorithms to control the cross-platform avatar with awareness of user location & orientation, motion, date-time, health, constraints, and plan-goal. Persuading hundreds in industries and government offices (e.g., hospitals, grocery stores, libraries, etc.) to agree to conspicuously integrate low-cost yet appealing 3D body scanners and skin imagers onto their premises and customer experience paradigm Maintain backwards compatibility without significant user involvement or cost for services to upgrade legacy data (formats) and software technology

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