Data sfera, big data, blockchain

Fancesca Gualtieri, Silvia Molinari

Abstract


In future, over 70% of the world population will be connected to a device and will be able to receive or provide information in real time. Think about data that each of us offers every day, through the simple use of mobile phones. All these data feed the data-sphere every moment of our day life. Users produce value, the new socio-economic frontier, a new business model, the black oil of digital era. This paper analyzes what the data-sphere will represent, how it works and what are the possible applications into the bio-medical research. Big Data will be  ommitted to facilitate and improve the diagnostic processes and therapeutic treatments for patients. This innovative technology is addressed to the latest generation of biopharmaceutical researchers. In computer super-hero era, the bio-medical librarians or information specialists, give and will continue to give access to the most sophisticated taxonomies. Exploiting artificial intelligence to answer new questions, they will be able to create connections with the data-sphere and knowledge to return patrons good quality of information service. Bio-medical librarian will be the right cultural mediator between artificial and human intelligence.

Keyword


Biomedica; Data; 3.0



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3302/0392-8586-201906-038-1

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