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Deep Longevity has released the first AI-powered psychological aging clocks.
Scientists developed deep biomarkers of aging to human psychology.
To better understand the psychological age and the mind-body connection in the context of aging
AI-based age predictors: PsychoAge (predicts chronological age) and SubjAge (describes personal aging rate perception).
Models were trained on people aged 25-75 years to find out estimates of their psychological and subjective age.
Verified on large independent datasets to discover that higher SubjAge is predictive of all-cause mortality.
SubjAge can be manipulated therapeutically to make patients feel younger and reduce their mortality risk.
“For the first time, AI can...help people feel and behave younger” - Alex Zhavoronkov, CEO of Deep Longevity and co-author.
Deep Longevity plans to examine psychosocial markers and build an integrated model of mental-physical health crosstalk.
Research by Deep longevity and Singularity university published in Aging.