The aging of the world's population is the greatest biomedical challenge of the 21st century.
Big data and its analysis with machine learning/AI is one of the disruptive technologies of our time.
Anyone can have their genome sequenced quickly and cheaply, the challenge is to interpret it.
How will new technology shape our future? What changes to medicine, education, society and businesses will occur?
Once a stand-up comedian, now with over 100 invited talks in international conferences and in many academic institutions and companies.
Over 20 years of experience in data science, data management and analysis.
Over 100 scientific papers (Science, Nature- and Cell-family journals), popular science pieces.
Predicting technological trends and their future impact on society.
Harvard-trained in genetics, a world-renowned expert in aging and longevity with frequent media appearances.
Advisor for various organizations, including universities, nonprofits, investment funds and biotech companies.
University professor, experienced lecturer, mentor.
Helping universities, scientists, companies, charities, investors and educators to achieve their goals and expand in the digital age.