Virtual me

More bloody "Personal EU" ideas?

Yes, but only to help people!

Individual health care has always been a central challenge for humanity - and yet we are still not very far. The old Chinese system, where the doctor was paid only for the days the patient was healthy, is a healthy exception.

With the know-how of the digital decade, it would once again be time to think about lifelong health care - from a personal point of view and naturally as a close cooperation of the human-centered European Union at the speed of pandemic control.

We competently maintain the global products we create, but even a 5 cm maintenance gig on our own insides is a scary mystery to us.

What if our health care (albeit as a result of a multidisciplinary EU development process) started to be based on a strongly protected personal "virtual me" that is updated for life? This anatomical self-portrait could be scrolled along the time axis with a pointing finger, layer by layer from the skin to the muscles, organs, nerves, bones - and zoom into the details to see the interactions of different levels. It would work, grow and develop like a person in general - and would automatically get its unique special features from all the measurement data unique to the person throughout life:

- gender

- height and weight

- locality


- blood group

- the whole spectrum of blood values ​​from blood tests

- vision values

- hearing values

- respiratory values

- heart functions

- blood pressure

- brain functions

- oral conditions from the dentist

- Influenza with medicines and their effects

- first aid and stitches

- bone fractures and breaks

- anesthesia

- surgeries with aftercare

- pimples, tumors

- surgeries with after-effects and medications

- fitness and its effects

- physiotherapy with effects

- medicines with and without a prescription

- nutritional values ​​and health effects of food habits and supplements

- measurement results from own smart devices

- self-care measurements

- signs of age

- hospital treatments

- cause of death

My indicative amateur list aims to describe what makes my very own "virtual me" a lifelong health mirror for everyone. As a starting point, you can find several models on the internet with search words that can be freely rotated, viewed in layers, updated on the timeline, and even freely downloadable.

In the end, entering information automatically into the service of this compact human twin is a very clear and compact challenge for the homo sapiens experts of the artificial intelligence-assisted information society. It could also be seen as "the most important game in the world" and invite our best game creators to the programming workshops.

A target group of eight billion people is quite a fascinating potential. And our own European Union is ideally compact for system development. Promoting health and vitality around that model should be quite streamlined and cost-effective.

You could think of it like multi-layered GPS maps as a traffic map inside ourselves, and the mission is to make everything work smoothly and safely in a conscious way.

As far-fetched as it may seem, I would hope that everyone working in health, fitness and mental care and its alignment, as well as in the software industry (with their offspring), would see this vision and even ask themselves if they would be excited to be a implementing piece in the game - and how.

The more widely we start to discuss "virtual me" as the engine of our healthcare, the more naturally we will make the whole PPPP (Politic-Public-Private-Person) cooperation together want and implement it.

So be interested in all related EU-level projects and discussions and also work to develop the interaction between them.