Disease could become a thing of the past. So, is the future going to be a utopian dream or a dystopian nightmare?
The action we take today as individuals, businesses and public policy bodies will determine the kind of world the next generation will inherit.
Better Futures was a one-day conference hosted by Hymans Robertson, bringing together speakers from a range of highly-relevant disciplines, who took an in-depth look at the emerging challenges we will face in the decades to come. We debated the impact artificial intelligence could have on health and longevity, the workforce and both state and individual finances. We examined the implications of our actions today on everything from economic distribution, to healthcare provision through to savings and protection.
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At our Better Futures event last year we had over 27 speakers from a broad range of disciplines, including: Futurist - Ray Hammond, Author - Calum Chace and Debate Mate as well as speakers from Xoomworks, Standard Life, SENS Research Foundation, Centre for Ageing Better, Institute for Cancer Research, Ageing without Children, Society of Later Life Advisers, DataSine, Aberdeen Asset Management, International Longevity Centre, ClubVita, Royal Society of Arts and many more.
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We asked some children what they think the world will be like when they grow up. Our experts have some surprising insights into how life might change in the years to come.
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