Are you ever left wondering whether we are actively going down the correct path?
Where should our efforts be placed to really make a meaningful difference and improve health and wellbeing?
Today, I embark on a journey to answer this perplexing question. How do we create a happier and healthier world through our various undertakings, such as at work, in our entrepreneurial endeavours, and even within the comfort of our own homes?
Join me as we explore ways to make an authentic positive impact on the world around us.
ChatGPT is the latest in artificial intelligence technologies. While it could certainly be used to cheat on a test or write a paper, the true potential of this technology lies within problem solving and creating useful insights.
Before ChatGPT was widely known, there was Jasper.ai. Even Google has gotten involved, offering their version of a healthcare-focused chatbot.
The sheer amount of information available today can be overwhelming, but with ChatGPT turning it into usable insights is the key to success. It is up to us to decide what we focus on, what questions we ask, and how we harness it to bring about change in our lives.
We all know that lives are at stake here, and unfortunately, much of the data and information out there that could potentially save them is being wasted.
I recently came across an innovative Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) company called Lifebit that uses a technique called Federated Artificial Intelligence Learning (FAIL) to access multiple sources of data without compromising your privacy or confidentiality.
FAIL then turns this data into actionable insights so you can take the necessary actions to save lives.
When it comes to business and entrepreneurship, platforms have become quite attractive. So what’s the difference between Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and a platform as a business model?
To start, PaaS is a cloud computing model that gives you the space to develop and manage applications — think Lifebit.
On the other hand, platform as a business model takes a more strategic approach by providing scalability benefits through combining different user groups and facilitating value exchanges between them. This strategy has worked for success stories such as Amazon, Facebook, Airbnb, and Uber.
Federated Artificial Intelligence Learning (FAIL) has the potential to revolutionise how we approach health and wellbeing, as it provides access to a wide array of sources of information.
From medical records, to Fitbits or wearable devices, and smart sensors in your environment, FAIL can tap into all these data sources for automated and highly scalable coaching.
Though it may lack the personal touch of a real human being, the data that FAIL can gather would eliminate any guess work in understanding what steps individuals should take towards staying healthy and well.
However, I still question its effectiveness compared to speaking with a real human being. Moreover, there is more to the coaching or clinical interaction that is not captured as ‘data’.
What’s your take?
I’ve always struggled with my own health and wellbeing.
It’s quite easy. I get into a new programme, a new fitness routine, and something derails it very quickly.
Yet, in other aspects of my life, I seem to get through no matter what, despite the obstacles in my way.
After reflection, I’ve noticed five key factors:
Behrooz, The Entrepreneur’s Doctor
The Entrepreneur’s Doctor helps entrepreneurs create a healthier, happier world through a unique blend of consulting, coaching, and training.
Dr Behrooz Behbod, a Harvard & Oxford trained public health physician, with 25+ years of international experience across health, business, and education.
Host of Tribe Talks, his vision is to see a world where every individual has access to better health and wellbeing. This includes high quality preventive, wellness, healthcare, and public health services. It also includes products and services that address the wider determinants of health, across all sectors.
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