Thursday, 21 November 2019 / Published in Life Sciences, News
From Wisconsin Public Radio, Kate Archer Kent interviews Jay Olshansky on The Morning Show. The quest for the fountain of youth spans centuries, and inroads have been made toward extending life expectancy in the last century. Still, our guest says we are limited in our ability to push it much further. We look at why
Friday, 25 October 2019 / Published in Life Sciences, News, Sensory Analytics
How technology and genetics will impact financial planning George Orwell wrote that “At fifty, every man has the face he deserves.” The expression may have surprising applications to financial planning. Wealth management is about predicting the future. This is even more true of insurance, where mortality tables — more commonly called life tables now —
Thursday, 26 September 2019 / Published in Life Sciences, News, Sensory Analytics
In mid-September, I attended the conference of the Southeastern members of the Angel Capital Association in Durham to represent the Wilmington Angels for Local Entrepreneurs (WALE) and to play the role of the fox in the hen house for the entrepreneurs of Wilmington to meet more regional investors. I had the “luck” of intentionally sitting
Thursday, 19 September 2019 / Published in Life Sciences, News, Sensory Analytics
On this episode, Hall welcomes Jay Olshansky, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist of Lapetus Solutions. Lapetus Solutions, Inc. (LSI) is a science and technology growth company dedicated to creating products and services that will revolutionize the prediction of life events. By combining biodemography, dynamic questioning, and facial analytics, while harnessing the power of cloud computing, their
Wednesday, 21 August 2019 / Published in Life Sciences, News, Sensory Analytics
Many worry that aging populations will doom the world economy and make life miserable for everyone. Here’s why that’s wrong. The aging of the world is happening fast. Americans 65 and older are now 16% of the population and will make up 21% by 2035. At that point, they will outnumber those under 18. In