Event: Human Flourishing and Cognitive High Performance in the Age of…
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Wed, Oct 16

Human Flourishing and Cognitive High Performance in the Age of AI

In-Person

Human Flourishing and Cognitive High Performance in the Age of AI

Dive into a profound discussion on how we might reimagine work and human flourishing in The Age of AI.

Join us for an evening of exploration and discovery at the Harvard Innovation Labs!

Are you curious about how we can thrive and excel in the age of artificial intelligence? Come to our event, Human Flourishing and Cognitive High Performance in the Age of AI.

Learn from experts in the field as they discuss strategies for achieving human flourishing and cognitive high performance in a world increasingly dominated by AI. Discover how to leverage technology to enhance your well-being and productivity.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Narath Carlile, MD MPH FAMIA, is a physician, educator, entrepreneur, and speaker who founded MakeTimeFlow in 2020. MakeTimeFlow provides a system and tools to help individuals and organizations achieve high performance through neurobiology and psychology research.

Narath has received numerous awards, including the 2024 Harvard Medical School Dean’s Innovation Award and the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award. He is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School, a physician at Mass General Brigham, and an AI researcher.

ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT

The Harvard Innovation Labs welcomes attendees of all abilities to our events, both in person and online.

Requests for American Sign Language interpreters and/or CART providers should be made at least two weeks in advance, if possible. Please note that the University will make every effort to secure services, but that services are subject to availability.

If you would like to request accommodations or have questions about physical access, please contact i-lab@harvard.edu in advance of the event.

FUTURE COMMUNICATIONS

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