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As the world’s attention turns to the threat of the Coronavirus, we revisit our discussion on whether the world is prepared for the next global disease outbreak.
With tech that could pick up on patterns in our speech, eye movements and facial expressions, could machines be the future in global health?
If we learned of a slow-moving alien attack to poison our air, raise the earth’s temperature, increase the frequency and ferocity of natural disasters, erode our coastlines and increase sea levels, how would we react?
Kevin Green, Head of Rare’s Center for Behavior and the Environment explains why we’re hardwired to ignore climate change.
We asked a few patient Summit-goers to help define it for us. Let’s just say, we’re not all in agreement.
Addressing gender gaps in health means promoting change that accounts for social, structural and legal inequities say @bschriv from @MEASURE_Evaluation & @AE_Yamin from @HarvardChanSPH and @GeorgetownLaw.