“I do think that epigenetic reprogramming is the ultimate way to reverse aging,” David Sinclair, a Harvard University geneticist and anti-aging researcher, told Scientific American. “This work is the first glimmer that we could live for centuries,” he added.
This week in tech news:
•Intel Finds Moore's Law's Next Step at 10 Nanometers
•Google's AlphaGo AI Secretively Won More Than 50 Straight Games Against the World's Top Go Players
•Bid for Access to Amazon Echo Audio in Murder Case Raises Privacy Concerns
"By listening to everything that is happening in your house, as these bots do, they learn how we think, live, work and play. They are gathering massive amounts of data about us. And that raises a dark side of this technology: the privacy risks and possible misuse by technology companies."
"Optimism is a political position, to be wielded like a club... It’s a choice made to insist that things could be better if we worked at it."
–Kim Stanley Robinson on his new sci-fi novel, 'New York 2140'