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From Stone Age to Tech Age… With Empathy

“Let’s admit it,” said Intel’s David Ryan at the recent Aging 2.0 conference celebrating the intersection of aging and technology. “We’re in the Stone Age when it comes to using technology solutions for seniors.”

But not for long.

Just three years ago, the fledgling technology incubator Aging 2.0 offered low-budget finger foods like gold fish and pretzels at a post-work mixer south of Market in San Francisco, where entrepreneurs pitched new ideas to help older adults.