Evento molto interessante il TEDMEDLiveBologna. Organizzazione impeccabile. Atmosfera very inspirational e speech di altissimo livello. E’ stato un tuffo nella ricerca di alto profilo che viene svolta in Italia e da scienziati italiani all’estero che si muove tra bionica e terapia genica, innovazione sociale e terapie antitumorali.
tratto dal blog http://artisopensource.net/cure/
“In early September, data artist and TED Fellow Salvatore Iaconesi announced to the world that he had brain cancer. And he refused to let his medical records stay sealed. “They were in a closed, proprietary format and, thus, I could not open them using my computer, or send them in this format to all the people who could have saved my life,” he explained on his website. “I cracked them. I opened them and converted the contents into open formats, so that I could share them with everyone.” He asked anyone with a “cure,” be it a medical treatment or “a video, an artwork, a map, a text, a poem, a game,” to send it his way. ( continua qui )
tratto da http://blog.ted.com
Un grazie a Andrea Pauri e agli organizzatori e un arrivederci al prossimo anno.