Longevity Policy and Governance Summits
"The 2nd International Longevity Policy and Governance Summit" featured keynote presentations and panels from a number of distinguished government officials at the forefront of Longevity Policy and Governance, including H.E. Dr. Al Amiri (Assistant Undersecretary for Public Health Policy and Licensing, Ministry of Health and Prevention, United Arab Emirates), Inamura Takuma (Director, Healthcare Industries Division, Commerce and Service Industry Policy Group, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan), Sir Robert Lechler (President, Academy of Medical Sciences; Special Advisor to the House of Lords Select Committee for the Response to COVID-19), Brian Kennedy (Director, Centre for Healthy Ageing; National University of Singapore), Lord Geoffrey Filkin CBE and Rt. Hon Damian Green (Members of British Parliament).
The world’s first international, cross-border, cross-sector summit on International Longevity Policy and Governance as part of Longevity Forum’s Longevity Week 2019, bringing together world-leading policy experts, representatives of government bodies, departments, healthcare and finance ministries, executives of healthcare and financial corporations to discuss, network and collaborate on initiatives to promote international longevity development.
This half-day conference looked at the international response to harnessing the opportunities of an ageing demographic, and what lessons can be learned and shared across countries from a policy perspective – taking a whole society, cross sector, pan-government approach.
The inaugural, exclusive and invitation-only AI for Longevity Summit, organized at King’s College London, brought together leading scientists, industry players, and experts to highlight the latest advances in Artificial Intelligence for Longevity and the practical implementation of longevity technologies and therapeutics. It was the first in a series of conferences, which we expect to become the world-leading forum on AI for Longevity.
AI for Longevity Summit was organised by Aging Research at King’s (ARK) and AI Longevity Consortium at King’s College London, and was supported by Biogerontology Research Foundation, Aging Analytics Agency and Deep Knowledge Ventures
Targeting Metabesity 2019 conference focused on the prevention of noncommunicable diseases and the treatment of age-related health dysfunctions to extend health-adjusted life expectancy. The conference, was held October 15-16, 2019 at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, D.C., addressed one of the important issues in healthcare: the constellation of major chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia, cancer, and the aging process, that are considered to be the “slow motion disaster”.