Seminar Series: Aging and the Digital Revolution
Advancements in digital technology have generated substantial benefits to society, reshaping the ways we live and work. With a rapidly aging population in Singapore, the use of digital technology to enrich the lives of senior citizens and support enhanced care giving is growing in importance. Supported by the significant growth in computer, smart phone and internet usage by senior citizens, the role of technology is fast transforming the face of aging. Join us for the upcoming seminar from the Modern Aging Seminar Series – Aging and the Digital Revolution. The event will bring together leading practitioners in the area who will share their insights on this ever evolving space.
This is an invitation only event. Please send an expression of interest to attend to:
Fredrik Knoeff | firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, company and designation.
9.00am – Registration with morning coffee or tea
9.30am – Welcome
9.35am – “Use of ICT among Seniors” by Dr Calvin Chan, Director of Graduate Office, Singapore University of Social Sciences
9.55am – “Silver Surfers: Opportunities in Health” by Dr Yoong Siew Lee, Senior Principal, Accenture Singapore
10.15am – “LIKEing Social Media” by Eleanor Yap, Editor & Founder of Ageless Online
10.35am – Break
10.45am – “Artificial Intelligence in the Future of Healthcare” by Dr Matthew Chua, Associate Lecturer and Consultant, ISS
11.05am – “eCare App – the Electronic Caregiver is here” by Dr Nadine Jose, Chair, ACES Healthcare
11.25am – Panel Discussion
12.00pm – Lunch and Networking