Digital Health Maven Podcast Short: Byron Reese on How Technology Will Conquer Death

Digital Health Maven Byron Reese’s Optimistic Vision of How Technology Will Avert the Apocalypse and Help Humans Conquer Death

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b_reeseByron Reese serves as CEO of Knowingly, a firm dedicated to developing products and services based on a range of digital technologies, including sensors and the cloud.  He is better known as author of Infinite Progress: How the Internet and Technology Will End Ignorance, Disease, Poverty, Hunger and War.

Byron will also be featured as our digital health maven of the month in mid-March and appear in the next full episode of The Digital Health Maven Podcast. The Digital Health Maven Podcast Shorts series consists of brief excerpts from upcoming interviews designed to get you excited for the next full program and help you learn something new about our mavens.  This installment features Byron talking about his very optimistic vision for how technology will solve many of our greatest health challenges, why we’re so fascinated with the end of the world and what will happen if humans conquer death.

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