50 Digital Ideas You Really Need to Know by Tom Chatfield

By Tom Chatfield

We're within the throes of a revolution, but such a lot folks are so disorientated by means of the fast velocity of technological and cultural switch that we discover it obscure what's happening. 50 electronic rules you actually need to Know goals to supply a transparent direction in the course of the confusion and incorrect information surrounding these applied sciences that, for greater or for worse, are reworking the realm we are living in or even this type of humans we are.

Leading know-how author Tom Chatfield is a sure-footed consultant to the seminal electronic phenomena of our time, from the elemental browsers that we use to surf the internet and replace our prestige on social networking websites, via to the results for privateness of our completely distracted global, to the tradition jamming that's making it more and more tough for standard energy buildings to impose their authority. no matter if plumbing the depths of the deep internet that represents good over ninety nine according to cent of the web and continues to be inaccessible to so much search...

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Prior to 1996, he served as a faculty member and department chair for university aviation programs. He has authored and co-authored a number of articles and book chapters on patient safety. Brown earned his MEd and BS degrees from the University of Maine. Richard I. Cook, MD is a physician, educator, and researcher at the University of Chicago. His current research interests include the study of human error, the role of technology in human expert performance, and patient safety. He is internationally recognized as a leading expert on medical accidents, complex system failures, and human performance at the sharp end of these systems.

However, healthcare has additional characteristics that make it unique from other high hazard sectors. Guidelines for clinical practice are not consistent and in some instances actually conflict with each other. Demands for care are uncertain, vary widely, and are in a continual state of change. Work is performed on compromised systems (patients) whose affliction and response to treatment is not predictable, can be difficult to assess, and may vary widely. Patients may, or may not, comply with therapeutic regimens.

Nemeth, PhD, studies human performance in complex high hazard environments as a Research Associate (Assistant Professor) at the Cognitive Technologies Laboratory at the University of Chicago. Recent research interests include technical work in complex high stakes settings, research methods in individual and distributed cognition, and understanding how information technology erodes or enhances system resilience. His design and human factors consulting practice and his corporate career have encompassed a variety of application areas from healthcare to transportation and manufacturing.

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