AnthroTronix CEO to Present on Digital Technology and the Brain at World Economic Forum 2016 Annual Meeting

AnthroTronix CEO to Present on Digital Technology and the Brain at World Economic Forum 2016 Annual Meeting ****** Dr. Corinna Lathan to Deliver BetaZone Presentation in Davos and Launch the Davos Brain Challenge WHO: AnthroTronix (@AnthroTronix), a leader in digital health technology and engineering research and development committed to optimizing the interaction between people and technology WHAT: Dr. Corinna Lathan (@clathan), AnthroTronix board chair and CEO, will deliver a BetaZone format presentation during the Brain Power session. Dr. Lathan will discuss how digital technology is further allowing us to monitor, diagnose, and understand our brains and how a better understanding of the brain in turn may enable better computer and artificial intelligence (AI) systems. Dr. Lathan has been named a Technology Pioneer and Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and is currently chair of their Global Agenda Council on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics. The overall focus of the session is on the implications for health, education, and privacy of advances in technology that enable us to interpret, hack into, and make changes to the brain. The session will be moderated by Joe Palca, science correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR) and additional speakers for the session include Nina Farahany, professor of law and philosophy at Duke University, and Michael Platt, professor of neuroscience, psychology, and marketing at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. AnthroTronix is also partnering with Aqtivo Health, and EMOTIV to bring a first-of-its-kind “Davos Brain Challenge” to the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. Participants are invited to test their brain’s abilities and explore how transformational digital services will shift the way we think...