About Technology and the Future of Aging
Join Erica Lloyd, General Manager of Healthcare at Soul Machines, and other titans of the AgeTech landscape as they discuss the future of Technology and Aging, the role they will play in the lives of older adults and caregivers, and what these innovations mean for our collective physical and mental well-being.
Increasingly, there’s been a lot of talk in the media about how new technologies are transforming the way we age. Soul Machines’s Digital People can contribute in many ways to improve the everyday lives of elderly people. From administrative virtual agent to health care assistant or well-being educator, they deliver 24/7/365 availability, 1:1 interactions that are consistent, personalized and empathetic. Digital People help address the shortage of the human workforce in healthcare and bridge an increasing generation gap between patients and caregivers.
Learn more about the guests
Dr. Allison Sekuler, President and Chief Scientist at the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI).
Dr. Alex Mihailidis, Scientific Director & CEO of AGE-WELL.
Dr. David Lindeman, Executive Director, CITRIS Health at Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, UC Berkeley
Sasha Spellman, Startup Collaboration Director at AARP Innovation Labs
without forgetting Clara, Soul Machines‘ Digital Person and presenter at the CABHI Summit, one of the many roles that Digital People can fulfill in Healthcare.