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Nov. 30, 2019

Nov 30, 2019

We have all read about the use of AI (artificial intelligence) by companies such as Google, Amazon and Facebook, to know what we want to order before we even look for it. You can see that when you place an order and they offer to have the product to you in only a few hours. There is also evidence that this AI actually programs our thinking for us.

This week Emma Kammerer, L|E|C|O|M Bradenton School of Pharmacy, PharmD Candidate, shows that this kind of programming can be passed on from one generation to the next based on metabolic conditions, and once started does not seem to go away.




We can make a difference!


Dave Joffe