We Will Live Forever, What Does that Mean for Saving and Retirement?

Advancements in health, leading to the extension of the human lifespan, are prime for the next big leap in human advancement. The past hundred years saw the technological boom, where humans went from pen and paper to screen and tablet. Now we are on the edge of human’s ability to engineer genes and download our brains onto computers. With CRISPR offering the possibility to…

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