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Bridging the Gap Between Scientists and Clinicians in Anti-Aging Fight
People
Progress could be made in anti-aging research if scientists had access to the necessary data. That and a critical mass of doctors accepting that aging is a disease which can be tackled. Best-selling author Calum Chace discusses the need for the medical profession to get on board with longevity, and the hurdles to be cleared before a real breakthrough can be made.
Calum Chace  |  Nov 29 , 2021
HealthTech’s Crucial Role in Combating COVID-19 in India
Pandemic
India has struggled to contain two waves of the COVID-19 virus, but, as the nation braces itself for a third wave, the healthtech industry has stepped in to help create a healthcare awareness program to defeat the pandemic.
Apoorva Komarraju  |  Nov 26 , 2021
Behind the Modern Malaise
Governance
Countless books, essays, and articles have been written about the plight of workers and how they have missed out on the fruits of economic growth for decades. Though the problem is essentially economic, it cannot be understood without considering technology, politics, and culture, economist Brigitte Granville argues.
Brigitte Granville  |  Nov 25 , 2021
Healthcare AI Conversations are Getting More Strident
Emerging Market
‘It’s good to talk,’ was a popular meme for British Telecom back in the monolog 1990s, but now is more relevant than ever in the digital age. Conversational artificial intelligence solutions have come to the fore, interacting in complex conversations, and providing personalized responses, thus easing the heavy burden on healthcare systems worldwide.
Gil Press  |  Nov 24 , 2021
Agbots Behind Drive to Feed the World
Governance
In 2015, 193 countries gathered at the United Nations and pledged to end global hunger by 2030 as part of the Agenda for Sustainable Development. With less than a decade to go, prospects of achieving this goal appear bleak. Improving them will require governments and the private sector to address the global food and environmental crises simultaneously.
Maximo Torero  |  Nov 23 , 2021
The Don’t-Go-It-Alone AI Strategy
Emerging Market
Never has the saying ‘two heads are better than one’ been more applicable than in trying to utilize the phenomenon of artificial intelligence. Best-selling author Chuck Martin urges businesses to seek outside help to make progress in AI.
Chuck Martin  |  Nov 22 , 2021
What the US Recovery is Missing
Governance
The US economy may have recovered faster than many others, but inequality remains in the labor market, and this must be addressed. The US needs automation, federal resources, and policy innovation to ensure that economic recovery touches everyone.
Laura Tyson, Lenny Mendonca  |  Nov 19 , 2021
The Dark Side of Trust in AI Machines
Generic
Human trust has been examined in psychology for a long time, but within the context of artificial intelligence many more questions remain to be asked. Marisa Tschopp explores trust and distrust in AI and puts forward her theory that the science needs safeguards more intangible than technology and privacy laws.
Marisa Tschopp  |  Nov 18 , 2021
UK to Cement Position as Global AI Superpower
Governance
The United Kingdom launched its first National Artificial Intelligence Strategy two months ago to strengthen its position as a global science superpower. The idea is to seize the potential of modern technology, improve lives, and solve global challenges such as climate change and public health.
Arianna Ferrini  |  Nov 17 , 2021
Medical Education Must Accommodate AI
Domain Knowledge
Dr Marcus Ranney discusses the transition from artificial intelligence 'knowledge acquisition' to 'knowledge management' to solve multidimensional problems, provide greater classification accuracy, and establish strong relationships between variables to save the healthcare sector much valuable time, and money.
Marcus Ranney  |  Nov 16 , 2021
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Calum Chace
Calum Chace
Calum Chace is a keynote speaker and best-selling writer on AI. He focuses on the medium- and long-term impact of AI on all of us, our societies and our economies. He is the author of ‘Surviving AI,’ about strong AI and superintelligence.
Lenny Mendonca
Lenny Mendonca
Lenny Mendonca, Senior Partner Emeritus at McKinsey & Company, is a former chief economic and business adviser to Governor Gavin Newsom of California and chair of the California High-Speed Rail Authority.
Laura Tyson
Laura Tyson
Laura Tyson, former chair of the US President’s Council of Economic Advisers, is Professor of the Graduate School at the Haas School of Business and Chair of the Blum Center Board of Trustees at the University of California, Berkeley.
Emmanuel Fombu
Emmanuel Fombu
Emmanuel Fombu is a physician with a particular interest in the future of healthcare. Among his many accomplishments, he also holds a certification in AI: Implications for Business Strategy from MIT’s Sloan School of Management and Computer Science AI Lab.
Evelyne Bischof
Evelyne Bischof
Evelyne Bischof is chief physician associate of internal medicine at University Hospital Renji of Jiaotong University Shanghai and an executive at the Longevity Science Foundation. Her research focus is oncology and longevity medicine, AI and digital health, precision medicine, biogerontology and geronto-oncology.
Nicolas Ibanez
Nicolas Ibanez
Nicolas Ibanez is a physical therapist with a specialty in osteopathy and a passion for Digital Health Solutions. He has extensive experience in digital health solutions and is founder of Nuve, a health food franchise, EasyMD, a telehealth startup and Fisiomed, Nicaragua’s first sports medical clinic.
Reza Jarral
Reza Jarral
Reza Jarral is a physician, Edmund Hillary Fellow and a 'AI4Health' advisor at the World Health Organisation. Prior to joining CareHQ as the clinical director for virtual health, Reza worked alongside marginalised communities for over a decade, delivering care at the front line in the NHS, New Zealand and sub-Saharan Africa.
Verena Voelter
Verena Voelter
Verena Voelter is the founder and managing director of 5P Health Care Solutions, a consulting firm that supports the cocreation of innovative solutions for a modern value-based health care system. She is author of ‘It Takes 5 to Tango – From Competition to Cooperation in Health Care.’
Ikechukwu Enyeribe Anyanwu
Ikechukwu Enyeribe Anyanwu
Ikechukwu Enyeribe Anyanwu is a physician with over eight years of experience in clinical and hospital management. His interests span across global health management, healthcare quality improvement, digital health transformation and the strategic application of artificial intelligence in healthcare.
Gaurav Chandra
Gaurav Chandra
Gaurav Chandra is the Chief Operating Officer of Enzolytics, a drug development company. He also runs a platform that uses AI to assess the effects of nutrition, genetics and gut microbiome on chronic medical diseases and infectious diseases. He is a strong proponent of AI's role in early drug discovery and development.