The joining of data flow technologies is essential for the building of “digital government”. At the 14th China E-Government Forum cum the 1st Digital Government Summit, Professor Zhu Haogang, the chief architect of LEBEN was interviewed by Xinhua Talking and he talked about the application of data flow technologies in the building of “digital government”.

“Compared with a ‘physical government’, a ‘digital government’ operated by administrators needs to make many changes.” …


As we all know, there are bottlenecks not only in the development of the medical industry, but also in the popularization of medical knowledge and the progress of medical technology. We need to let the doctors and patients realize that healthcare can get rid of the constraints of time and space, and exist in this world independently and perfectly through mature algorithms and data exchange methods introduced by blockchain. We look forward that LEBEN could make great difference in our lives. Professor Haogang Zhu is the chief architect and principal sponsor of the LEBEN project. …


The medical data is a global concern. It is a well-known problem in the industry that medical data is currently not used efficiently nor effectively due to fragmented information created. It is the current status of data in the global medical industry that the users have to bear the consequences of uncirculated medical data because they couldn’t access to patients’ medical information due to privacy concerns. Therefore, how to improve and provide a safe environment for the medical industry to give full play to the value of medical data is what we dedicate to pushing forward.

With the technical progress…


The explosive growth of medical knowledge is difficult to share and move effectively. The explosive growth of medical knowledge and data has surpassed the processing power of the human brain, making it difficult for doctors to integrate all relevant information and make diagnosis and treatment decisions. At the same time, static medical knowledge requires a long accumulation time. But it’s difficult to extract after it is formed, and more difficult to be assetized for effective sharing and exchange. This further exacerbates regional medical level differences due to uneven resource distribution. In addition, because there is no corresponding support technology, medical…


Until now, there’s a lot of pain points in medical healthcare industry, and the main point is that the data and information are isolated throughout hospitals and others. One pain point is the unbalanced medical resource allocation, for example, the advanced medical technology and medical services are mainly concentrated in cities, while in rural and grass-roots medical institutions, the medical technology and medical services are much limited resulting in low quality services for local residents. Another pain point is the poor information communication. …


“LEBEN” is “life” in German. On November 19, LEBEN officially adopted a brand-new visual image, and released an optimized LOGO. The new LOGO is designed by the font of “LEBEN” that combines green — the symbol of life, and tree-like airdrops. The project vision to “Achieve Global Medical Homogenization” and the project mission to “Make More People Access Excellent Medical Services” have been visualized with a precise image and full of art and impact.

Project Vision: Achieve Global Medical Homogenization

It refers to the average distribution of medical resources in different countries and regions around the world. Medical resources refer…


What is LEBEN

The Logo of LEBEN

LEBEN is a global medical industry smart contract collaboration platform featuring ‘deep sharing of medical knowledge’ and ‘trusted exchange of medical data’, and integrating medical artificial intelligence and blockchain technology. The vision of LEBEN is ‘global medical homogenization’, which means that with the help of LEBEN, the level of medical care in areas with less developed medical conditions will be infinitely closer to those with more developed medical conditions.


The fifth World Internet Conference was held in Wuzhen, Zhejiang on November 6th-10th. Professor Haogang Zhu, as chief architect of LEBEN, was invited to attend this conference and participated in the Forum on “Internet + Public Services: Performance, Collaboration and Innovation” held on November 8th.

This forum has invited local governments and enterprises representatives with innovative practice in the field of “Internet + Public Service”. From the different perspectives such as government and enterprise, they have shared the experience of content innovation and mode transformation of public services in the digital era. Professor Haogang Zhu discussed around the theme “Enhancement…


On October 24th, 2018, South Korea time, Mr. Haogang Zhu, Member of Advisory Board, E-Goverment Committee, China, was invited to attend the Regional Symposium on ‘Strengthening Capacities of Public Institutions and Developing Effective Partnerships to Realize the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’ jointly sponsored by United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs and Incheon Metropolitan City Ministry of Interior and Safety. Mr. Haogang Zhu announced ‘Leben’, the global medical care industry smart contract collaboration platform, which was the first time for ‘Leben’ to go public.

Mr. Haogang Zhu was giving a speech

Leben is a global medical industry smart…

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