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E-Health or the Human 2.0!

  • Moulay Hicham El AmraniEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 914)

Abstract

In the few last years, the revolution of big data in the industry is a new field of research and source of riches to many businessmen. The healthcare gets benefits of the massive amounts information of the big data that it never had access to before. It let to have access to billion of samples, that can do any experience on it, then, gets more efficient results. The new technologies lead to create more health apps and personal fitness tools, which permit to have more sources of downloadable patient’s data. That has surely a double face, the first one, the data is going to help to find more medicines for several diseases, in the other hand, the question that will be hold is the data’s security, and what is going to be the future of the human being in this case.

Keywords

Human 2.0 E-Health Human’s future 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Territorial Governance, Human Security and Sustainability Research LaboratoryIbn Zohr UniversityAgadirMorocco

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