Ageing and Longevity

Ageing: Looming crisis or booming opportunity?

By 2050, the number of adults over the age of 65 globally will double. Image: Photo by Claudio Schwarz | @purzlbaum on Unsplash

Arathi Sethumadhavan

Head of Research, Ethics & Society, Microsoft

Megan Saunders

Vice President, Microsoft Connected Care

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