Growing Older, Living Younger 

068 How Artificial Intelligence Can Help You Stay Healthier with Harry Glorikian

Sep 5, 2022 | Podcast, Podcast Episode, Science, Wellness

Anything that could give rise to smarter-than-human intelligence – in the form of Artificial Intelligence, brain-computer interfaces, or neuroscience-based human intelligence enhancement – wins hands down beyond contest as doing the most to change the world. Nothing else is even in the same league. (Eliezer Yudkowsky) 

In this episode, we contemplate how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help you stay healthier. am joined by Harry Glorikian, author of The Future You: How Artificial Intelligence Can Help You Get Healthier, Stress Less, and Live Longer.
I was thinking about the roadmap to health aging that I evolved during  my recovery from spinal stenosis-induced sciatica and spinal surgery. In each of the foundational pillars of my roadmap, I had to make lifestyle changes and establish new habits.  For example, when I implemented time restricted eating, I had to establish the habit of never snacking after dinner. When I decided to adopt a ketogenic nutrition plan, I had to establish the habit of limiting my intake of carbohydrates. To help me be consistent in establishing these habits, I loaded two apps onto my smart phone. One is a simple fasting app that tells me when my fasting time is done. The simple fact that I start the timer as soon as I have finished dinner, keeps me from eating before I go to bed and I use this app every day. 

On the other hand I also have a food tracker app, that I can use to check the amount of macronutrients, protein, fats and carbohydrates, that I eat on a given day. This is a more complex app and requires more data input from me. I only use this from time to time. All in all, there are 7 apps on my phone, that I use regularly, to  help me maintain habits of nutrition, exercise, sleep, stretching and meditation – just for a start. I also have uploaded many other apps to explore- when I have more time. Clearly for me, to paraphrase Harry, the Doctor is In My Device. 

Harry Glorikian, is a global business expert, healthcare entrepreneur, podcaster and author. He has  a bachelor’s degree from San Francisco State University and an MBA from Boston University. For over three decades, he has built successful ventures in the healthcare space, investing in and growing innovative healthcare companies that are tackling ground-breaking areas of healthcare and biotechnology. Glorikian currently serves as a General Partner at Scientia Ventures, a VC firm focused on  companies that have the potential to transform healthcare, working  at the cutting edge of life sciences through computational biology and chemistry and the digitization of medicine and digital therapies. He also serves on the boards of StageZero Life Sciences, a publicly traded healthcare technology business dedicated to the early detection of cancer and multiple disease states through whole blood, and Drumroll Health, which develops AI technologies to foster closer partnerships between patients, healthcare professionals and healthcare companies.  

Connect with Harry Glorikian: 
Website: https://http://www.glorikian.com linkedin.com/in/harryglorikian 

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