Dmitry Kaminskiy is an innovative entrepreneur and investor active in the fields of Longevity, Precision Medicine, and Artificial Intelligence. He is co-founder and managing partner at Deep Knowledge Ventures, a leading investment fund focused on DeepTech, renowned for its use of sophisticated analytical systems for investment target identification and due-diligence. He is a frequent speaker on AI and Longevity, including events organized in London by The Economist “Aging Societies and The Business of Longevity”, Financial Times “Smart Machines vs Smart People”, Financial Times “Global Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Conference”, the "Precision Medicine World Conference" in Silicon Valley as well as others at Oxford and Cambridge Universities. He is actively involved in the work of the initiative group and was instrumental at the initial stage of the launch of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Longevity in the UK Parliament. He now serves as co-director of the secretariat, overseeing the APPG’s international Longevity cooperation development division. He is also supervising all of the APPG’s activities related to the development of Centres of Artificial intelligence for Preventive Medicine in the UK.
Margaretta Colangelo is a native San Franciscan with over 30 years of experience in executive management in software companies in Silicon Valley. She has a deep and multifaceted understanding of business, science, and technology and is highly adept at tracking and forecasting innovation in technology. Margaretta has an extensive network of connections and relationships in the startup and venture capital communities in San Francisco and New York City. She communicates frequently with top-tier media, researchers at top universities, and CEOs of AI companies. She has written over 60 articles on the topics of AI and precision medicine and publishes newsletters on DeepTech, Longevity, and Enterprise Blockchain. She has appeared in MIT Technology Review Italia, Health Management Journal, Outsourced Pharma, Pharmaceutical Executive, Healthcare IT News, Asian Robotics Review, Fierce Biotech, and Forbes multiple times. Margaretta has been at the forefront of emerging technologies throughout her entire career. In the 1990s she was a core member of the team that developed the first Java based secure messaging software for stock trading platforms that is still used today by the world's top multinational banks. She's been a core member of teams that have influenced important technical specifications and standards, including JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) and JMS (Java Messaging Service), that have helped advance the technology industry. Margaretta is a mentor and advisor to hundreds of entrepreneurs around the world, moderates sessions at AI conferences, and has over 25,000 followers on LinkedIn.