The New Mobile Age: How Technology Will Extend the Healthspan and Optimize the Lifespan

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Internet of Healthy Things, 17‏/10‏/2017 - 290 من الصفحات
Aging Baby Boomers want to grow old-and maintain their health-on their own terms. Digital technologies are creating a new kind of old, enabling individuals to remain vital, engaged and independent through their later years. But it has to be the right technology, designed for an aging population, not just what technologists and app developers think people want. Social robots, artificial intelligence, vocal biomarkers and facial decoding will analyze emotion, anticipate health problems, improve quality of life and enable better relationships with healthcare providers. Data can be used to better understand the 'soft science' of wellbeing and address the neglected crisis of caregiving. It's a business model but, more so, it's a new way of life. The New Mobile Age: How Technology Will Extend the Healthspan and Optimize the Lifespan explores the critical steps needed to achieve healthy longevity at a time when digital and connected health solutions are urgently needed to accommodate the aging of our population. Health tech innovations will not just improve healthcare for older adults, but will create a better and more responsive healthcare system for everyone.

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