Auto manufacturers at the annual CES technology show in Las Vegas signaled that they are working on an empathetic car to be your new best friend, similar to your mobile phone and computer. Using data sensors, artificial intelligence and big data as tools, the car will be able to sense your moods.
About Rachelle ChongRachelle Chong is passionate about how technology can enable people in their communications, their energy use, and in living healthier lives.
Born and raised in Stockton, California, Rachelle is the first Asian American to serve as a Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission and the California Public Utilities Commission. She has won awards for her forward-looking work in digital television transition, outreach to underserved communities in the changing telecommunications arena, and creating an innovative CPUC state program to fund projects to bring Internet infrastructure to areas lacking broadband access. She is a career regulatory lawyer and a state lobbyist, serving innovative companies in the telecom, Internet, energy, transportation and app-enabled spaces from her office in San Francisco. Her strength is helping companies navigate regulatory and legislative arenas successfully to achieve their business objectives and help people live better lives enhanced by technology.
Rachelle holds degrees in Journalism and Political Science from UC Berkeley, and a law degree from UC Hastings. She is the mother of twin daughters, and admits to being a techno-geek. She admits to owning multiple electronic devices that she checks a lot.
By Rachelle Chong| 2016-10-22T11:20:12+00:00 October 4th, 2016|Categories: Computers, Featured Author, General, Health, Health & Wellness, News, Popular, Science & Technology, Technology, Top Stories Headline|Tags: 3-D, Body Computing, Digital Health, Doctor, Healthcare, Medicine, Virtual Reality, Women in Technology, Women's Health|
Virtual reality (VR) mostly makes headlines among gaming enthusiasts big and small. Gamers love to don a VR helmet and enter a fantasy world where they are transformed into a warrior, goddess, or other character. One of the most promising uses of virtual reality, however, is how it will transform healthcare in the immediate future for all of us.