Rock Weekly: The plot at Apple thickens
February 10, 2014
Over the course of last week, the plot over Apple’s entrée into digital health thickened as job postings for sleep and physiology experts went live. Hailing from the future, ‘digital prophet’ Shingy decreed, “Devices in 2014 will be about quantification, not quantified self.”
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Vinod Khosla, Joshua Kushner of Oscar Insurance, and TechCrunch’s Leena Rao at the closing keynote of CEO Summit last week, where Khosla declared, “If I wanted to be a doctor today I’d go to math school not med school.”
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