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October 18 at 10:00 am PDT/1:00 pm EDT

Artificial intelligence, big data, digital devices, and other technological advances that once seemed the province of futurists are changing the scope and delivery of health services, medical information, and access to care. Will these cutting-edge tech tools also transform how we age? Will access to these innovations be democratized, or will the gulf between haves and have-nots widen? Experts from across sectors will explore the breakthroughs that are now being adopted or are on the way, and the policy and ethical issues that will arise as we integrate them into existing systems and our lives.

Moderator

Carol Massar
Anchor, Bloomberg Businessweek TV and Radio

Speakers

Rhoda Au
Professor, Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology; Alzheimer's Disease Center Digital Technology Leader, Boston University

Shai Efrati
Head of the Sagol Center for Hyperbaric Medicine and Research, Tel-Aviv University

Susann Keohane
Global Health Innovation Executive, IBM

DJ Patil
Board Member, Devoted Health; Senior Fellow, Harvard Belfer Center

Grant Verstandig
Co-Founder, Red Cell Partners