Gladden Longevity

Technology and Longevity – an Interview with Perry Marshall – Episode 23

Engineer and author Perry Marshall joins the podcast to talk about technology and longevity. They discuss artificial intelligence and biology, comparing DNA to computer code. They consider the world we’ll live in decades or more from now, with technology evolving so quickly.

They explore the possibility of creating super humans with genetic modifications, about using technology to enhance biology, regulation of technological and medical advancements and more. Perry clarifies what the true dangers are regarding technological advancements and AI.

Perry offers his advice on how to live robustly to 120. Dr. Gladden, Mark and Robb discuss the importance of fulfilling relationships and the health of your spirit when it comes to physical health and longevity.

Listen to this episode to learn about making a hundred the new thirty, living beyond 120, and Living Young for a Lifetime!

About the guest:

Perry Marshall is a bestselling author, speaker, engineer and world-renowned business consultant in Chicago. With a decade of research, he brings fresh perspective to the 100-year-old debate about human evolution.

He founded the $5 million Evolution 2.0 Prize, staffed by judges from Harvard, Oxford and MIT. The prize aims to cross the chasm between genetics and AI.

He is the author of Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock between DARWIN and DESIGN, endorsed by leading scientists around the world. As one of the world’s most expensive and sought-after business consultants, he bridges science, religion, technology, marketing and investment capital.

Perry has a degree in Electrical Engineering and has consulted in over 300 industries, from computer hardware and software to finance and biotech.

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Follow Perry on Twitter: @perrymarshalland @cfingerprints.


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