Will Alex Zhavoronkov’s company cure aging “In silico” before porting it over to humanity? (Part 1)

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At the 2014 American Academy of Anti-Aging conference, I was pleased to interview and dine with the keynote speaker, Alex Zhavoronkov.  He is a visionary leader in business, research, and anti-aging.      In this 5:36 segment, we discuss his vision for anti-aging technologies to solve the problems of Social Security, Medicare, and the global economy.  We also discuss why …

World’s Richest Man predicts 3-day workweek – (Poorer billionaires predict an apocalypse)

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Last night, I was helping my 11-yo son with his history assignment: a comic, showing the evolution of mankind from the stone age, to the neolithic, to the modern industrial phase. In Oliver’s last panel, his Homo sapiens sapiens concluded that the efficiencies of a mechanized world allowed them to enjoy being human.

This morning, I was pleased to find a similar sentiment from none less that Carlos Slim, the world’s richest man.