Jan 31, 2013 Comments Off
Who said, “So for me the most exciting takeaway from this year’s CES (Consumer Electronics Show) isn’t the smart car or the smart home, it’s the smart person…” You can find the answer, and many insights on brain health innovation, by reading SharpBrains’ January 2013 eNewsletter. Enjoy!
- Digital health meets consumer electronics and brain training, by Dr. Evian Gordon and Dr. Gregory Bayer
- Retooling Brain Care With Low-Cost, Data-Driven Technologies, by Alvaro Fernandez
- A conversation on ‘The Optimism Bias’ with neuroscientist Tali Sharot, by David Coleiro
- Why scientific literacy and learning enhance brain function and neural health, by Hemal Pathak, PhD
- Best brain health fitness tip? “Never let status quo be an option”, with Dr. Sandra Chapman
- 10 predictions on how digital platforms will transform brain health in 2013, by Alvaro Fernandez
- Why, to improve memory, we need to think of the brain as a system, with Alvaro Fernandez
- Quick poll: 71% would take an “annual mental check-up”
Note: We’ll host a 90– minute webinar on Wednesday, February 6th, to discuss the main analysis and forecasts from SharpBrains’ new market report “The Digital Brain Health Market 2012–2020: Web-based, mobile and biometrics-based technology to assess, monitor and enhance cognition and brain functioning,” and to connect them with main take aways from CES 2013 and the just finished World Economic Forum.
–> To learn how to access the webinar and the report, click HERE