In 1826, the French gastronomer Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin published a book called The Physiology of Taste. The work is famous for introducing the aphorism “Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are”—the origin of the saying “You are what you eat.” Brillat-Savarin would no doubt have much to say about…
The Exponential Medicine Experience A message from Conference Chair Daniel Kraft, MD: Healthcare is in many ways being practiced as it has been for millennium, as ‘SickCare’ — using old, reactive models and mindsets where the FAX machine is the primary mode of sending patient information, where data is still silo’d amongst paper charts or […]
The European funded City4Age project aims to make cities more age-friendly. It will create innovative ICT tools and services for early detection of risks related to frailty and of Mild Cognitive Impairments (MCI). The services will be tested in several European cities, as well as in Singapore.
GoogleDeepMind has built a virtual 3D laboratory called Psychlab that will let machines take tests designed to probe human mental faculties, and they’ve open-sourced it so any AI researcher can put their algorithms through their paces.