Linky with higher res PDF than website...
Yes, the National Institutes of Health already has an anonymized database of the health records from patients in their clinical trials and a company called Explorys (no, I don't work for them, either), is doing something similar on a larger scale across multiple hospital systems. Having CMS and HHS involved to add more data is definitely a good thing, if done correctly. Links below.
Completely agree. However, if the bandwidth is so dramatically improved, can't the caps be also dramatically increased? Kind of like how when 4G first came out, that was unlimited, while 3G was capped or something like that? I might have that situation reversed but still, you get the idea.
Aren't carrieres already calling LTE and 4G+, etc 5G? Since it seems like 5G is such a dramatic improvement, should it have an entirely new name? A la Intel's move away from the x86 lines of processors?
"The only winning move is not to play"
You obviously aren't aware of a tool called rhetoric. Using facts, logic, and argument are useful for rhetoric but not necessary. These people are using rhetoric (shockingly well, in some cases) and not interested in using facts, logic, and argument at all.
Yes, sooner would have been better but at least they got around to fixing it, right?
Correct, you aren't a feminist. News flash: women have brains and they do what they want. They don't want to code, because they are passively (mostly) discouraged from pursuing that hobby/career. Deal with it.
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This, a thousand times this. I am a doctor in real life and so is my wife. It's amazing how many of her HIV/AIDS patients just do not take their medicines. There's no reason HIV/AIDS should be as prevalent in the US as it is. Then there are the idiots that don't take their antibiotics. You have a genetic mutation that makes you immunocompromised... Why aren't you taking your antibiotics? Argh!
And before you ask, no, it's neither cost-related nor side effects that prevent them from taking their meds. In these cases, at least. The people I'm talking about are just... frustrating.
Is 15 IQ points really a meaningful difference "in the real world'?
Now we can get back to to the slippery slope. What about killing off girl embryos or blacks or obese, etc etc.
Or you know, the majority of us could be actual good guys (and gals) and actually do something to fight back against this horrid behavior...