The Stanford Center on Longevity will launch a program that supports research on key unanswered questions about social technology and social engagement. The aim of the project is to identify areas for future research, as research examining the impact of social technology engagement across generations is currently limited.
On October 2, 2018, we will begin by convening a small group of distinguished experts representing medicine, engineering, psychology, sociology, law, government, health economics, health policy, industry, technology and advocacy to elaborate key issues, compile existing evidence and identify questions to which answers are needed in order to guide research, inform policies and improve products and services.
Here you will find information and resources relating to the meeting, including the project proposal, agenda, readings and logistics.
We look forward to seeing you in October.