Singularity

Meet Peter 2.0: One step closer to the Singularity

When Dr Peter Scott-Morgan was diagnosed with motor neurone disease, he decided to challenge what it means to be human. “Peter 2.0 is now online.”...

Synchron enters first in-human for brain-computer interface

The Longevity brain-race hots up, as governments and regulators respond. It has been just over two months since Elon Musk’s brainchild, Neuralink, unveiled its ambitious...

Neuroceuticals: replacing drugs with an algorithm

Interview with Emil Hewage, Co-founder and CEO, BIOS Emil Hewage is the Co-founder and CEO of BIOS. With a background of Neuroscience and Machine Learning;...

Elon Musk’s Neuralink opens-up Longevity applications

Elon Musk’s brain implant enables closed-loop motor control and interaction with devices and applications – this new platform has great potential for Longevity. Elon Musk...

Kurzweil’s theories on technological singularity

Kurzweil claims the Singularity will happen by 2045. Futurist Ray Kurzweil, a director of engineering at Google and inventor has made his share of technological...

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Evidence for tenth hallmark of aging increases with new paper

Is ten the new nine? Additional research adds weight to the argument that extracellular matrix stiffening should be considered the tenth hallmark of aging. Since...

Help us help you: Longevity biotech survey

A new survey on translational processes and hurdles to clinical trials in Longevity biotech. We're working with two MDs: Oliver Zolman and Jian Fransen, on...

First Longevity announces first investors for current round

Some news of our own: European VC fund and a Longevity innovator participate in the First Longevity funding round. Last week we announced that Tom...

GDF15 protects from age‐related metabolic phenotypes

A recent study shows an important role for GDF15 in preventing aging-induced metabolic phenotypes by modulating systemic inflammatory responses in humans and mice. Dysfunction of...