Book Signing – “Live Longer with AI” by Tina Woods

Abstract: 

Join Tina Woods, author of 'Live Longer with AI', to learn how to live longer, live healthier and live better with artificial intelligence We'll discuss a variety of topics including the role of AI in the current pandemic, the link between living longer and living greener, technological trends in preventative health, and more- synthesizing ideas from Tina's work with leading experts in longevity, technology, and the science of aging.

Bio: 

Tina is Founder and CEO of Collider Health, an ecosystem builder that works with organisations in both private and public sectors to transform health with sustainable impact at scale. Tina specialises in connecting government, business and academia to align thinking and take action. She works with the National AHSN AI Network and NHSX AI Lab to support an AI and data-driven tech ecosystem for the NHS and UK Research & Innovation on the Healthy Ageing Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. Tina is also co-founder and CEO of Longevity International, which provides the Secretariat for the All Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity that launched The Health of the Nation Strategy supported by Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Care, in February 2020 to deliver the government manifesto for 5 extra years of healthy life expectancy to all British citizens by 2035 while mimimising health inequalities. Tina is now setting up the Business for Health: Coalition for a Healthier Nation, (a key recommendation in the Strategy) that sets out how business should invest long-term in sustainable preventative health in line with ESG mandates like for climate change: to enhance health and economic resilience and develop socially-driven products and services to keep people healthy and well. Tina’s book, ‘Live Longer with AI: How artificial intelligence is helping us extend our healthspans and live better too' was published in October 2020 and is now available on Amazon here (and free for the NHS workforce via Health Education England)