In Oxford University, there was produced a pre-event for the Longevity Impact Forum organized in order to present the methodology for the first blockchain platform of longevity technologies rating.
At DAYS Oxford Conference, DAYS founders (Marin Livadaru, Ion Vinaga) and partners (Liz Parrish, Avi Roy, Omar Fogliadini, Tina Woods, George Lakis) was presented the methodology of the Rating of technologies in the field of anti-aging and AI driven 4P Medicine.
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Beyond demonstrating promising recent developments, the DAYS Oxford Conference was uniquely explored the qualitative and quantitative criteria for the assessment of emerging longevity diagnostics and therapies, their potential and actual efficacy and safety, their evidence levels, their potential cost-effectiveness, and profitability.
In practical terms, the Longevity Impact forum will aim to develop and pilot a pioneering evaluation (Rating) instrument for promising longevity technologies, based on human expert ratings and rankings as well as AI-based expert systems.
The purpose of this instrument (rating system), that will be continuously adjusted and improved, will be to facilitate support and funding for truly promising longevity R&D. This instrument will assist policymakers, involved in diverse regulatory frameworks, and investors utilizing various financial instruments.