In this sixth episode, Tommy Wood, CSO Nourish Balance Thrive, explains that the majority of modern disease is caused by our environment and as such, under our control. He shares his experience that A.I. coupled with ordinary blood tests, can inform us of changes we can make to protect/optimize our health, or when sick, lower the cost by predicting which further tests to conduct.
Lee: Hello, and welcome to the Hyper Wellbeing podcast, Tommy. Tommy: Oh, thanks for having me. Lee: Tommy, let’s just jump in here. You still look young, you’ve got a fantastic resume, or as the British would say, I think, curriculum vitae. Where is the motivation coming from? What’s your driving force? What’s the mission you’re on? Tommy: I guess... Read MoreNBT’s Tommy Wood on engineering sustained health using A.I. & standard blood chemistry (transcript)
In this third episode, Ivor Cummins, Chief Program Manager of IHDA, shares why as a top class engineer he found himself decoding the causes of human chronic disease and obesity. He relates why healthcare is putting our health and lives at risk. He imparts what we can do to better predict and prevent modern disease.
Lee: Hello and welcome to the third episode of the Hyper Wellbeing podcast. On today’s show we have Ivor Cummins. Ivor is a top class engineer with over 25 years’ experience. His specialty is leading teams in complex problem-solving efforts. Over the past six years, Ivor has applied his technical expertise to decoding the causes of human chronic disease and... Read MoreIHDA’ Ivor Cummins – an engineer’s guide to staying alive for longer & preventing disease (transcript)
The summit theme will be “How the Future of Mobile, Wearables & Machine Intelligence is Engineering Health, Happiness & Optimal Living”. It’s quite a loaded theme, the result of years of research, particularly during the past twelve months. I was recently forced to summarize it in an email; I quickly typed up 8 bullet points, attached 2 diagrams and 4 quotes. This has proved very popular in private exchanges and so I thought I'd make it public.
8 Bullet Points Computing is coming closer to and integrating with, the human being (the “third computing revolution”) – we are on a path towards human-computer symbiosis. Technology innovation the past two decades has had negligible impact on wellbeing. The third computing revolution is a historic opportunity to do good, namely positively impact wellbeing. It could be leveraged to: Prevent... Read MoreHyper Wellbeing Summit Theme Outlined in 8 Bullet Points, 2 Diagrams & 4 Quotes