IBM is building an artificial brain.

If only Trump hard a healthily functioning one.


Meanwhile, look at some of the ways Baby Boomers may age more successfully than their parents or grandparents did.

. . . I strongly believe that technology will change the face of aging as we have known it since times immemorial,” said Dilip Jeste, director of UC San Diego’s Center for Healthy Aging. “Just as presbyopia is no longer a major problem — thanks to eye glasses — many physical impairments of old age will cease being disabilities with the use of technology. The notion that aging means disability will be laid to rest — and with that, the stigma of being old.” . . .

 

 

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