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Good posting. You stated, “These implications will include the possibility of a reduced workforce and hence no ability to sustain the extended life expectancy since we shall have a reduced number of people who can generate income and food.”

One could look at the increase in longevity will mean a shift in how we live and work. Knowledge workers can and will live and work longer. Technological innovation in how we live, grow food, etc. will also modify society — just as we have modified how we live as opposed to those born in 1900. The rest of society will not remain static as we live longer — changes will be critical.

Thoughts?

The reply needed is for discussion 2 discussion 2 Technology and Longevity.  100 words pleaseGood posting. You stated, “These implications will include the possibility of a reduced workforce and hence no ability to sustain the extended life expectancy since we shall have a reduced number of people who can generate income and food.”One could look at the increase in longevity will mean a shift in how we live and work. Knowledge workers can and will live and work longer. Technological innovation in how we live, grow food, etc. will also modify society — just as we have modified how we live as opposed to those born in 1900. The rest of society will not remain static as we live longer — changes will be critical.Thoughts?

Discussion One: Health Technology of the Future (350 words)
After reviewing this week’s learning resources respond to the following prompts:
In your own words, describe how technology is changing or will change the healthcare industry.
Identify at least 3 technological health innovations from your resources that you found to be particularly
interesting. Explain the potential positive and negative impacts of these innovations on society. Negative
impacts may include ethical dilemmas posed by the technology.
Remember to use your own words, using your best writing skills, cite your sources, and provide a
reference list.
This week’s Learning Resources
References
Brazier, Y. (2018, October 19). What are stem cells, and what do they do? Medical News
Today. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323343
Elements Science (2013, June 7). Stem cells explained [Video].
YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p14AUxXlE-w
Im, K. (2021, July). Health and technology, applications [PowerPoint slides]. LEO @UMGC.
https://learn.umgc.edu/d2l/le/content/647171/viewContent/23821393/View
Im, K. (2021, July). Health and technology, historical perspectives [PowerPoint slides]. LEO@UMGC.
https://learn.umgc.edu/d2l/le/content/647171/viewContent/23821396/View
Meskó, B. (2019, October 17). 20 medical technology advances: Medicine in the future – Part 1. The
Medical Futurist.
https://medicalfuturist.com/20-potential-technological-advances-in-the-future-of-medicine-part-i/#
Meskó, B. (2020, January 1). Top 10 medical technologies of the future: Ranked! [Video]. YouTube.
https://learn.umgc.edu/d2l/le/content/647171/viewContent/23821365/View
Murry, C. (2018, November). Can we regenerate heart muscle with stem cells? [Video]. TED Conferences.

Passarino, G., De Rango, F., & Montesanto, A. (2016). Human longevity: Genetics or lifestyle? It takes
two to tango. Immunity and Ageing, 13(12).
https://www.doi.org/10.1186/s12979-016-0066-z
Perls, T. (2021). The living to 100 life expectancy calculator. Living to
100. https://www.livingto100.com/calculator/start/2
Rettner, R. (2018, November 6). A longer life may not be in your genes. Live
Science. https://www.livescience.com/64018-longevity-genetic-questioned.html
Solomon, S. (2012, June). The promise of research with stem cells [Video]. TED Conferences.

TED. (2018, June 1). Thriving longer: The future of aging I Mark Allen [Video].
YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnSpOcgKbQo
The Doctors Company (2019, December 16). Artificial intelligence in healthcare: Benefits and
risks. [Video]. YouTube.

Vonnegut, K. (2009, October 13). The big trip up yonder. Project
Gutenberg. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/30240/30240-h/30240-h.htm
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