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Taming Prometheus: Talk About Safety and Culture

Susan S. Silbey
2009 Annual Review of Sociology  
Talk of safety culture has emerged as a common trope in contemporary scholarship and popular media as an explanation for accidents and as a recipe for improvement in complex sociotechnical systems.  ...  Sociological critiques claim that culture is emergent and indeterminate and cannot be instrumentalized to prevent technological accidents.  ...  One cannot help notice, for example, the rapidity with which particularly hazardous technologies, such as oil refineries, are bought and sold.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.soc.34.040507.134707 fatcat:q57kq5sxpngnvlkqubh3kh6i4y

Prometheus wired: the hope for democracy in the age of network technology

2001 ChoiceReviews  
For a brief summary of the development of the myth, see Olga Raggio, "The Myth of Prometheus: Its Sunrival and Metamorphoses up to the Eighteenth Century", Journal of t h Warbourg and Courtauld Institutes  ...  of a new "information society", the rush of governments to dispense public resources in developing digital infrastructure, the reconfiguration of education systems in observance of perceived technological  ...  rapid re-invention.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.38-2996 fatcat:r6oqbybt7rhx5acnwrai6rszny

The future of basic science in orthopaedics and traumatology: Cassandra or Prometheus?

Henning Madry, Susanne Grässel, Ulrich Nöth, Borna Relja, Anke Bernstein, Denitsa Docheva, Max Daniel Kauther, Jan Christoph Katthagen, Rainer Bader, Martijn van Griensven, Dieter C. Wirtz, Michael J. Raschke (+1 others)
2021 European Journal of Medical Research  
Although sophisticated science is feasible and realized in ever more individual research groups, a main goal of the multidisciplinary members of the Basic Science Section of the German Society for Orthopaedics  ...  Prioritized future projects will master a broad range of opportunities from artificial intelligence, gene- and nano-technologies to large-scale, multi-centre clinical studies.  ...  With the rapid evolution of high-throughput, digital and information technologies, implementing system-oriented approaches to study musculoskeletal tissues, their diseases and repair processes become more  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40001-021-00521-x pmid:34127057 pmcid:PMC8200553 fatcat:qlxezcb4dneingfqdkdsehcfk4

The traditional knowledge movement in the Pacific Island countries: the challenge of localism

Miranda Forsyth
2011 Prometheus  
It also unpacks the different agendas behind the ambiguous term "protection' and demonstrates the potential for misunderstandings amongst different stakeholders involved in this field.  ...  This paper explores the challenge of respecting the local nature of traditional knowledge in two Pacific islands regional initiatives.  ...  , technology and investment, local creativity and innovation."  ... 
doi:10.1080/08109028.2011.629869 fatcat:oirachft55cl7k7zj7vjzlfsfy

Century‐of‐Information Research (CIR): A Strategy for Research and Innovation in the Century of Information

The E‐Science Directors' Forum Stra, Malcolm Atkinson, David Britton, Peter Coveney, David De Roure, Ned Garnett, Neil Geddes, Robert Gurney, Keith Haines, Lorna Hughes, David Ingram, Paul Jeffreys (+7 others)
2009 Prometheus  
, facilities and context for research and innovation.  ...  The goals of the CIR Strategy are to facilitate the growth of UK research and innovation that is data and computationally intensive and to develop a new culture of digital judgement from the undergraduate  ...  Database.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08109020802657479 fatcat:pgndz36yqfc4zdeljr24jh4ssu

Knowledge discovery in bioinformatics

José-María Peña, Evgenii Vityaev, José-María Peña, Evgenii Evgenii
2010 Intelligent Data Analysis  
for Rapid Development of Biological Databases by Timonov and Miginsky presents a new technology for the development of biological databases, specifically designed for researchers and practitioners in  ...  The author had the opportunity to extend their work for few more months before a peer-reviewed process for the selection of the first four articles included in this selection: The article PROMETHEUS: Technology  ... 
doi:10.3233/ida-2010-0413 fatcat:ua73quyfobbovekc5mtschl7mi

CHALLENGES IN THE USE OF EXTRACORPORAL LIVERS TECHNOLOGIES

Andrea Karmouche, Thais Siroma, Giselle Siqueira, Tayla Assis, Josivaldo Silva
2022 International journal for innovation education and research  
Therefore, the objective of this research was to a evaluate the challenges of the artificial technologies of liver support (ATL) developed in the last nine years existing in the world.  ...  The only existing treatment for the disease so far is liver transplantation.  ...  In addition to these mentioned devices, also there is the possibility of using stem cells for treatment, as these can offer a better understanding of biological mechanisms in development and of underlying  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol10.iss1.3605 fatcat:x5xcbbte2ngizj4tad2lkys3ma

Large-scale virtual screening for discovering leads in the postgenomic era

B. Waszkowycz, T. D. J. Perkins, R. A. Sykes, J. Li
2001 IBM Systems Journal  
The virtual screening technology of Protherics Molecular Design Ltd. is based on its integrated software environment for receptorbased drug design, called Prometheus.  ...  Although the principles involved-the computational analysis of chemical databases to identify compounds appropriate for a given biological receptor-have been pursued for several years in molecular modeling  ...  **Trademark or registered trademark of MDL Information Systems, Inc., Linus Torvalds, Intel Corporation, Technologies, Inc., or Silicon Graphics Inc. Cited references and note  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.402.0360 fatcat:dcnfx36lqffcro2lxcprhl4e5y

Standing on shaky ground: US patent-eligibility of isolated DNA and genetic diagnostics after AMP v USPTO – Part IV

Timo Minssen, Robert M Schwartz
2013 Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property  
its Prometheus judgment with clarifications that 'leave the door open' for emerging technologies.  ...  106 Another much more tricky questions is, what effect would a more restrictive patent eligibility threshold have for the development of emerging technologies?  ...  technological progress.  ... 
doi:10.4337/qmjip.2013.02.02 fatcat:7in5ik676reijd3cqizflgpssi

Uncertainty in the impact of liver support systems in acute-on-chronic liver failure: a systematic review and network meta-analysis

Klementina Ocskay, Anna Kanjo, Noémi Gede, Zsolt Szakács, Gabriella Pár, Bálint Erőss, Jan Stange, Steffen Mitzner, Péter Hegyi, Zsolt Molnár
2021 Annals of Intensive Care  
Results In the quantitative synthesis 16 trials were included, using MARS®, Prometheus®, ELAD®, plasma exchange (PE) and BioLogic-DT®.  ...  The RoB2 tool and a modified GRADE approach were used for the assessment of the risk of bias and quality of evidence (QE).  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Szabolcs Kiss for the methodological advice and education on network meta-analyses.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13613-020-00795-0 pmid:33462764 fatcat:esrqskkgajbrrgcfqgwj57g4mm

The development trend of artificial intelligence in medical: A patentometric analysis

Yang Xin, Wang Man, Zhou Yi
2021 Artificial Intelligence in the Life Sciences  
It has practical significance to understand the developing situation and patent cooperation network in the AI-medical field, providing a reference for future strategy planning, development, and technological  ...  The patent application year, technology life cycle, geographical distribution, and the collaboration relations of assignees are delved deeper into the status of technological development.  ...  Acknowledgments This research did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ailsci.2021.100006 fatcat:475zh3qpcfandiwjmfrb6fs3wm

Transhumanism and Posthumanism: Reflection of the Human Civilization Future

Olga Dobrodum, Olga Kyvliuk
2021 Filosofiâ i Kosmologiâ  
Modern future forecasts, based on analytical studies of evolutionary and revolutionary social processes and phenomena, with scientific justification for society's development, generate a broad discussion  ...  normative, and legal causal links of humanism and technology.  ...  which is the idea that the rapid development of technology and the growth of man's power over the forces of nature does not refute, but confirms his creation by the higher Reason.  ... 
doi:10.29202/phil-cosm/26/6 fatcat:xi2rv74eyfd4zp4hf5c5dnx6ha

Gene patents and personalized medicine - what lies ahead?

Subhashini Chandrasekharan, Robert Cook-Deegan
2009 Genome Medicine  
for ELSI Research.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the National Human Genome Research Institute and the Department of Energy (CEER Grant P50 HG003391), Duke University, Center of Excellence  ...  Those developing such new diagnostic technologies are flying in the dark.  ... 
doi:10.1186/gm92 pmid:19804612 pmcid:PMC2768999 fatcat:raoadxosjfdoxbsr2lyz4qpuie

USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR ORGANIZING SELF-EDUCATION OF PERSONALITY IN THE FIELD OF CLOTHES DESIGN

Калина Лівіанівна Пашкевич, Ольга Володимирівна Єжова, Олена Дмитрівна Герасименко
2020 Ìnformacìjnì Tehnologì ì Zasobi Navčannâ  
The article considers the following aspects of organization of self-education using the information and communication technologies (ICTs): what information resources can be the basis for self-education  ...  The ways of organization of self-education are analyzed, namely: massive online courses, educational applications for PCs and mobile phones, individual classes (webinars), consistent self-development of  ...  The rapid development of information and communication technologies (ICTs) has expanded opportunities for solving the stated problem and realization of self-education potential.  ... 
doi:10.33407/itlt.v76i2.2800 fatcat:eza2337nebgeha4vl4e26pqjiu

Unitary or unified taxonomy?

M. J. Scoble
2004 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
However, novel means are being developed on single Internet sites to retain the diversity of multiple concepts for taxa, providing hope that taxonomy may become established as a Web-based information discipline  ...  For effective access and distribution the (Web) revision for a given taxon would be established at a single Internet site.  ...  However, the fact that data models are being developed to account for multiple taxon concepts in databases means that taxonomic Web sites may still provide a single site of access for information on a  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2003.1456 pmid:15253355 pmcid:PMC1693345 fatcat:mfnflsw5gfhuro63mx2ghebbsm
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