The Foundation’s first annual conference takes place at the Boston Seaport Hotel on October 25, 2019. Called Aging2.0 Boston Revolutionize, it will explore ways to revolutionize aging by fueling innovations that make aging easier. Boston is host to an active chapter among more than 100 operated worldwide by San Francisco-based Aging2.0. The Foundation, along with Aging2.0’s Leadership and Boston Chapter Committee, are assembling an internationally-positioned program with 300+ expected attendees. The conference will feature leaders from the age friendly movement in addition to policy experts and private sector thought-leaders. Among the program’s objectives is highlighting the Commonwealth’s successes in becoming the “Silicon Valley for innovation in aging”, led by the tremendous efforts of, and recommendations by, Governor Charlie Baker’s Council to Address Aging.
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View presentations from Bright Horizons’ Marc Bernica, Lasell Village’s Anne Doyle, 4Gen Ventures’ Dominic Endicott, The Age Friendly Foundation’s Amanda Henshon, Aging2.0 Co-founder Stephen Johnston, Global Alliance of International Longevity Centres’ Dr. Alexandre Kalache, and 2Life Communities’ Amy Schectman.
The State-Of-The-Art Of Voice Technology And How To Leverage It For Older People
Join us to learn how companies that create products geared to the 50+ demographic have integrated voice into their designs. Our speakers have deep experience in voice technology as well as first-hand knowledge of what works — and doesn’t — how to incorporate voice into a product and design experiences to match the unique needs of older users.