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Technologies and Evidence for Healthy Ageing and Financial ServicesWhile a level of cognitive decline is normal with age, the ability of people to manage their finances poses challenges as our brains change with the passing years. On April 5, 2016, the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Agenda Council (GAC) on Ageing, the International Federation on Ageing (IFA), and the National Institute on Ageing...
Derek Yach | May 6, 2016
artificial intelligence, bridgepoint health, cognitive decline, health technology, healthy aging, international federation on ageing, jane barratt, national institute on ageing, older adults, robotics, ryerson university, stephanie woodward
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Revolutionizing Healthy AgeingProfessor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, contends that we are living in the midst of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The first industrial revolution (c.1750) delivered mechanical production, the second (c.1900) provided mass production, and the third (c.1960) brought computers. Today, the fourth industrial revolution is ushering in ubiquitous, mobile,...
Derek Yach | Jan 20, 2016
3D printing, aging, artificial intelligence, data stewardship, Davos, Derek Yach, Fourth Industrial Revolution, Global Agenda Council on Ageing, innovative technology, internet of things, Klaus Schwab, personalized health technology, rapid gene sequencing, robotics, WEF, World Economic Forum