The process of globalization is entering a new era characterized by soaring flows of cross-border information.
As the locus shifts from physical networks of production and trade to global information networks. The global networks are transforming to become richer, deeper and more distributed through the proliferation of information technology.
The globalization of today is driven by flows of information that create a much more subtle form of globalization that is ever more decentralized geographically and complex in nature.
In the medical realm, synergies between digitization/AI, nanotechnology, and nanomedicine are envisioned by NA to drive the emergence of a single worldwide health care system under the moniker Global Health Care Equivalency (GHCE). Incremental advancements in each of these areas will likely lead to the realization of GHCE within the next 10-20 years, with women leading the way.
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