Five Ways Technology Will Change the Way We Age
Five Ways Technology Will Change the Way We Age

Five Ways Technology Will Change the Way We Age

 

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Five Ways Technology Will Change the Way We Age

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Based within MIT’s School of Engineering, the MIT AgeLab was created in 1999 to invent new ideas and creatively translate technologies into practical solutions to improve people’s health and enable them to "do things" throughout the significantly longer lifespans that seniors are enjoying. In short, longevity requires new thinking.

As a result of this new thinking, an array of new devices and services have been created to transform aging, making it easier for seniors to continue working, stay healthy, live at home, and remain connected to friends, family and life’s small pleasures.

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  • Learn how broad the universe and scope of new devices are for everyday tasks.
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