Category: Anti-aging

Jun 13 2011

Watson to Extend Longevity?!

Watson is being fed a steady diet of medical knowledge including recent journals. He (she/it?) is being groomed to assist medical professionals – but is likely about 2 years from a practical and safe application. But thinking 3-5 years down the road, the implications are mind-blowing.

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May 11 2011

The NEW “New Retirement” and 5 “Need To’s”

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Apr 05 2011

Extreme Longevity: Exploring Retirement and Social Implications

Initially the coming explosion in medical advances will mean we will be able to cure and prevent most of the big diseases. This means more older people living longer. Still, until the medical advances are wide-ranging, the prospects of living to 110 and beyond will put a big strain on personal finances. We will need and want more money to fund emerging treatments and cures not yet covered by medical plans.

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Feb 10 2011

Kurzweil’s Singularity profiled in Time magazine article – worth reading!

A new Time Magazine article focuses on Kurzweil’s take on the Singularity but also touches on other approaches and views. Has some very interesting anecdotes about Kurzweil – the person. Interesting to see discussion on the Singularity reaching mainstream media!

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Jan 21 2011

Retirement Planning implications of Kurzweil’s Singularity

The post provides insights on the Retirement Implications of Kurzweil’s Singularity.

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Jan 09 2011

Live Forever? Why?

Why would we want to live beyond age 100? What about retirement at age 65? These questions are explored in this post.

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Jan 07 2011

Extreme longevity? Better plan on it!

Advances in regenerative medicine are continuing at an escalating pace that radically challenge our ideas of old age and retirement.

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