By David Kekich – CEO,
Maximum Life Foundation
Imagine a technology that could search and process hundreds of millions of pages of data in 3 seconds… that a human being would take centuries to accomplish.
What impact do you think that would have on breakthrough nutritional supplements and safe drug discoveries?
Read on to see how what ails you may soon be solved (and may already be solved) by this amazing technology.
Welcome to the Age of Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Few realize virtually every phase of our lives is already impacted and dependent on AI.
If all AI suddenly vanished, the world, including the distribution of food, fuel and virtually every other commodity, product and service, would screech to a halt. Cities would darken and financial markets would collapse.
Even fewer realize the lack of AI has kept biology in the dark ages compared to other fields.
The Big Problem: The human body’s complexity slows down research that can conquer aging-related conditions and diseases
Your body is extremely complex. Over 200 cell types (and 70 trillion cells) are involved in diverse chemical and electrical dynamics, all arranged into a host of different organs.
Each of these undergoes bewildering dynamics on multiple scales. Your body is tightly coupled with other intertwined systems, ranging from your ecosystem and social environment down to the intricate evolving colonies of microorganisms that you host.
This complexity exceeds the capability of any single human mind, or even teams of researchers, to understand.
Yes, we have incredible biomedical information-gathering tools now available. And we have gained libraries of biomedical knowledge. But our understanding of human health and illness remains primitive.
Here’s why: we accumulate data much faster than we can manage it.
For example, if a researcher read two or three studies every day for a year, that person would fall 1,000 years behind by the end of that year! And it’s getting worse. The only way to assemble, integrate and apply all this data is by calling on AI to sort it all out.
Every day, 150,000 people die and hundreds of millions suffer from various diseases… and each of us inch one day closer toward our potential death.
The Elegant Solution: Artificial Intelligence, focused on biomedical discovery
Virtually no one considered that AI overlooked the nutraceutical industry. It wasn’t until recently that AI helped develop nutritional supplement formulations light years beyond what humans could discover on their own.
Research shows advanced AI can provide a radical shortcut, able to leapfrog past conventional biomedical research and let us develop breakthrough supplements that could turbocharge your wellness today… and even extend healthy lifespan much earlier than we ever imagined.
Imagine natural remedies for aging brains, chronic pain, weight loss, heart health, cancer prevention and more.
We’re already making amazing inroads.
AI will be the game-changer to transform healthcare as we know it today. It will empower and help preserve the health and wellbeing of everyone on the planet who uses it… rich or poor.
Plus, I’ll even mail you our 2-CD program, The Complete Healing Formula for Back Pain (a $79 value) free just for giving Live Pain Free® a try.
In fact, AI has the potential to stop aging as we know it.
Two years ago, the world’s foremost biotech AI research team started bringing the first of many revolutionary nutraceuticals to the wellness market.
The big challenge was to write sophisticated software that could…
- Take massive, but scattered, incompatible and messy biological databases and organize them.
- Develop AI tools to analyze biological data and discover hidden information from biological research papers.
- Design AI reasoning systems that draw conclusions from this new biomedical knowledge.
- Finally, integrate robotized lab equipment allowing certain AI systems to run their own experiments without human intervention.
They met that challenge.
Biopharma and nutritional supplement businesses lag other areas of industry in adopting AI driven progress.
Traditional nutraceutical discovery is still based largely on “trial and error,” driven by narrowly focused expert human intuition rather than a more scalable and systematic, broad approach finally being adopted now.
By learning to focus on the whole regulatory system, the new design leapfrogs the single target approach. This revolutionary step is truly transformational. The field is finally travelling the integrative, holistic path that will put your natural healing process to work for you.
This team is the first and only in the world which has unleashed this amazing technology on nutraceutical discovery.
Here’s what the team has accomplished so far:
- Created large databases integrating available biomedical information
- Applied cutting-edge AI tools to extract genetic patterns for aging, obesity, inflammation, aging brain, six different cancers and Alzheimer’s – then made generalizations from these databases
- Screened thousands of natural compounds against these genetic networks
- Determined which networks of compounds are most effective on these networks of genes
- Formulated natural nutritional supplements for specific purposes
As these discoveries are translated into nutritional supplement formulations, physicians carry out human clinical studies to prove their effectiveness against so many of the maladies that plague us as we age.
At Maximum Life Foundation we’re dedicated to delivering more life to you and yours. We’re really excited about these big breakthroughs and look forward to the day when you don’t age anymore.
Meanwhile, our work helps bring you the most effective life preserving methods available today as we drive to ultimately reverse the human aging process.
David Kekich is a recognized authority on longevity science. In 1999, he founded “Maximum Life Foundation,” dedicated to reversing human aging and aging related diseases. The Foundation has developed a scientific roadmap to transform the elderly to biological youth. He heads an initiative to develop leading-edge nutraceuticals with an artificial intelligence breakthrough that may lead to accelerated drug design for aging and aging-related diseases.
Written By: Updated: June 20,2014