Calum Chace
Calum Chace
Contributor, The Yuan

Calum Chace is a sought-after keynote speaker, best-selling AI author and a regular contributor to Forbes. His non-fiction books on AI include “Surviving AI,” “The Economic Singularity,” and “Pandora's Brain” and “Pandora’s Oracle,” a pair of techno-thrillers about the first superintelligence.

Calum has given over 120 talks in 18 countries on five continents over the past four years. He is co-founder of the think tank, Economic Singularity Foundation, which is focused on the future of jobs, and before becoming a full-time writer and speaker, Calum had a 30-year career in journalism and business, as a marketer, a strategy consultant and a CEO. He studied philosophy at Oxford University, which confirmed his suspicion that science fiction is actually philosophy in fancy dress.

Adding Years to Life and Life to Years
How to understand the aging process, arrest it, and reverse it, is not some crazy plotline from a dystopian science fiction movie, but real, and Dr Eva Bischof is leading pioneering research so everyone can “enjoy a healthy lifespan” and maintain “a high quality of life” in future.
Calum Chace,  |  Oct 22, 2021
Putting AI to Work in Longevity Research: Profile of Alex Zhavoronkov
Read Calum Chace narrating the story of Alex Zhavoronkov, chief longevity officer for Hong Kong-based Deep Longevity, who works tirelessly to unlock the secrets of how to arrest and reverse aging using AI.
Calum Chace,  |  Sep 13, 2021
Role of AI in Extending Lifespan
New Era
Until the past few years, the project of reversing aging was not seen as “proper science,” and not a fit use for public funds. Aging was seen as an inevitable and permanent part of the human condition that cannot be redressed. But today there is significant investment in tackling aging and, recently, a potential game-changer has emerged thanks to the crypto currency community, which includes quite a few billionaires.
Calum Chace,  |  Aug 10, 2021
Using AI to Convert Sick Care into Healthcare
Series 7 of the phenomenally successful Apple Watch is about to be launched featuring a blood glucose measurement using terahertz electromagnetic radiation. But Apple is not the only global giant looking to use mHealth apps in the AI healthcare industry, several more are getting involved and want to play a big role in the health and wellness area.
Calum Chace,  |  Jun 28, 2021