AI and Longevity: Books, Articles, News and more

Jul 8, 2024AI and Longevity

AI and longevity
AI and longevity
AI and longevity
AI and longevity

Here, you can find information on the most recent publications covering essential and exciting news on AI achievements in aging research toward longevity and well-being.

 

Articles

How Scientists Plan to Cure Aging with AI

Embracing the Future: Artificial Intelligence and the Prospects of Reverse Aging

Reversing Aging: How Genomics and AI Are Redefining the Boundaries of Longevity

Towards AI-driven longevity research: An overview

Artificial intelligence for aging and longevity research: Recent advances and perspectives

Unlocking the Potential of AI: The Future of Anti-Aging and Longevity

AI Technology for Anti-Aging: an Overview

Can AI help scientists slow the aging process?

Antiaging Strategies and Remedies: A Landscape of Research Progress and Promise

AI Revolutionises Anti-Aging Research: Uncovering Natural Compounds to Slow Aging Process

AI and anti-aging research: Unveiling the latest drug discovery

How AI and Machine Learning are Revolutionizing Aging Research

Deep Aging Clocks: The Emergence of AI-Based Biomarkers of Aging and Longevity

Artificial Intelligence Unlocks New Possibilities in Anti-Aging Medicine

Artificial Intelligence Approaches for Skin Anti-aging and Skin Resilience Research

The end of ageing? A new AI is developing drugs to fight your biological clock

AI built to find anti-aging chemical compounds

Artificial intelligence identifies anti-aging drug candidates targeting ‘zombie’ cells

DNA Methylation May Be Key to Detecting Cancer Using Artificial Intelligence

Scientists Show AI-Generated Proteins Actually Work in Stem Cell Study

Improving the effectiveness of anti-aging modalities by using the constrained disorder principle-based management algorithms

This website is dedicated to all aspects of longevity with educational and inspirational purposes only. Understanding of the biological basis of aging is important since it gives us ideas on how to slow down and, possibly, even reverse the changes in our bodies leading to aging and illnesses.

We accumulate so-called positive traits of old age during our whole life, such as knowledge, experience, wisdom, empathy, and freedom. Too late! We are approaching our time to die. However, it doesn’t need to be this way.

If you have an opportunity to live active life longer without pain, disease, or cognitive decline, would you? Imagine a possibility to enjoy and watch your family growing beyond grandchildren, travel the world, realize your skills and experience in something you always wanted to do down to perfection. Sounds not bad, does it?

Well, according to science, it is quite possible!

Where do you stand on your longevity?

Definitely, when it comes to our body and mind, everyone has a right to a personal choice on how to maintain health, treat the problems, or take steps for further improvement. We defined three different levels for longevity approaches depending on your condition (perfectly healthy or have pre-existing conditions), your goal (maintain or improve your health), and the complexity of life extension methods (easy, moderate, or advanced).

Level 1 – Simple

You can choose to maintain or improve your health by easy and cheap methods such as healthy eating, herb therapy, or general supplement arrangements (vitamins, minerals, etc.). You can find information on these methods in our “What Can You Do” Category or go to the “Anti-aging methods and techniques” page.

Level 2 – Moderate

If you wish to take a step further, you may consider IV therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or extreme fasting. You can find information on these methods in our “What Can You Do” Category or go to the “Anti-aging methods and techniques” page. The cutting-edge achievements can be found on the “News & information” page.

Level 3 – Advanced

At this level, you must be totally dedicated to your longevity and target the most advanced treatments toward lifespan extension (regenerative medicine such as stem cell treatment, cartilage regeneration, platelet-rich plasma therapy, prolotherapy, etc.). Most of these methods are being used now and show even greater promise for the future. “News & information” page.

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